The ad-hoc trustee of OW Bunker, Søren Halling-Overgaard, recommends filing two compensation claims for a total USD 310 million against equity fund Altor, former accountant firm Deloitte, and the group's former senior management.
BY JESPER HØBERG & KRISTOFFER BRAHM, FINANS Published 15.12.16 at 12:14
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Oceansaver's market disappeared after the IMO postponed the implementation deadline this summer for the ballast water requirements, CEO and Chairman Kjetil Bruun-Olsen tells ShippingWatch. The postponement hurts first movers, says association Danish Maritime.
14 foreign seafarers are charged by Nigerian police of engaging in illegal trading of bunker oil. The case involves Danish bunker company Monjasa, which denies the alleged illegal activities when asked by ShippingWatch, as well as UK-based Glencore Energy.
The flight ban against the Super Puma helicopter should be maintained even though European authorities have lifted their ban, according to unions for Norwegian oil workers, which are now demanding the ban be maintained in a letter to the country's minister of transport.
Robert Bugbee, CEO of Maersk Tankers' top competitor Scorpio Tankers, has great expectations for the Maersk family after its acquisition of Maersk Tankers. "I expect to see the Maersk family as a driving and consolidating force," he tells ShippingWatch.
Maersk Line has for the first time quantified its growth ambitions for Hamburg Süd, a takeover transaction the carrier is expected to complete before long. "It's a long-term ambition, but there's no doubt that our expectations are high," COO Søren Toft tells ShippingWatch.
The Maersk Group's sale of its tanker unit to the Maersk family made headlines on ShippingWatch this week. Top stories also included a bankruptcy in the ballast water market and revolt among Seadrill's bondholders.