Aegean: Our claim in OW Bunker is smaller

Aegean Marine Petroleum is featured on the long list of creditors with outstanding claims in the bankrupt OW Bunker estate. "Aegean Marine Petroleum’s exposure to OW Bunker’s debt is merely a fraction of the number the article refers to," the company tells ShippingWatch.

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One of the 100 companies featured on the list of creditors with claims in OW Bunker, Greek-American Aegean Marine Petroleum, tells ShippingWatch that the figure mentioned on the list is too high. The stock-listed company, which is based in New York, has reacted after ShippingWatch yesterday, Thursday, published the full list of creditors. Some parties were looking forward to the publication of the list, including various banks around the world. For others, especially those featured on the list, this represents sensitive information, and few would want - regardless of the size of the claim - to have the name of their company linked to the chaos and confusion surrounding the cleanup process after the collapse of OW Bunker.

Aegean Marine Petroleum has submitted the following comment to ShippingWatch:

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