Multiple Hours | Robbery of a Shell MGO bunker: a former process technician receives a sentence of 184 months in prison for illicit involvement


A former process engineer working for Shell Eastern Petroleum was sentenced to 184 months in prison (15 years and four months) by state courts in the Republic of Singapore on Thursday (26 May) for his involvement in the bunker robbery. from Shell MGO.

According to court documents obtained by Multiple times.

To date, the police have managed to recover a total of around SGD 74,870 from Farhan’s ill-gotten gains; items include:

  • An iPhone 7S
  • A cashier’s order from DBS for SGD 66,400 from the proceeds of the sale of a Honda Vezel
  • DBS joint savings account with Juandi bin Pungot containing a balance of SGD 473.61
  • POSB savings account containing a balance of SGD 2,094.33
  • OCBC current account for 3 Amigoes Pte ltd (of which Farhan held 20% of the shares) containing a balance of SGD 941.68
  • OCBC current account for 3 Amigoes Pte ltd (of which Farhan held 20% of the shares) containing a balance of SGD 4,962.00

Singapore Bunker Publication Multiple times in late March 2022, reported on Farhan’s role in the Shell MGO bunker heist.

In total, the Shell MGO bunker robbery embezzled a total of USD 44 million from MGO between 2014 and 2016.

The publication recently reported that the nephew of a syndicate member who played a leading role in the Shell MGO bunker robbery has been sentenced to a week in prison for leading the removal of a safe after learning of his uncle’s arrest.

Note: Legal proceedings against other allegedly involved parties, including former Shell Pulau Bukom employees, are ongoing. A list of earlier developments recorded by Manifold Times is as follows:

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Photo credit: Manifold Times
Posted: May 30, 2022

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