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Brightoil's debt close to USD 2 billion

Bunker carrier Brightoil has debts totaling slightly less than USD 2 billion, including creditor claims of USD 250 million. The company has now requested a moratorium from a court to buy it more time to find a solution.

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Bunker carrier Brightoil, currently fighting bankruptcy, is facing debts totaling almost USD 2 billion.

In a document issued to a court in Singapore, the company says that it has a USD 1.9 billion debt, including creditor claims of approximately USD 250 million, reports Lloyd's List.

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