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Shippers far from agree on support for added sulfur charge

Several of the world's largest shipping lines, such as Hapag-Lloyd and Maersk, say that customers seem to accept the extra cost of low-sulfur fuel oil. ShippingWatch has spoken to one of the world's largest shippers, which far from agrees.

Bomin hit by new accusations of dirty bunker

German bunker company Bomin has been hit with two new accusations concerning contaminated bunker. In one case, a company claims that Bomin knew the bunker oil was contaminated even prior to delivery.

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.

ING Bank looks like the winner in OW Bunker cases

All signs indicate that ING Bank will be the big winner in the legal aftermath of OW Bunker in the US. Four appeals courts have now reached the same decision: the physical supplier cannot collect unpaid bunker bills.

Bunker company's bankruptcy affects Cosco

A bunker subsidiary in Cosco Shipping International has been involved in the bankruptcy of bunker company Coastal Oil Singapore. But the claims against the company are not genuine, says Cosco.

Another Greek bunker company is in trouble

Greek bunker company Macoil, a major player in the key Mediterranean ports of Gibraltar and Malta, has temporarily halted operations in the two ports, sources tell ShippingWatch. This happens a few months after competitor Agean Marine Petroleum found itself in serious problems.

Aegean Marine's creditors link founder to alleged fraud case

In a document submitted to the insolvency court in New York, Aegean Marine Petroleum's creditors link the company's founder, Dimitris Melissanidis, to an alleged fraud case. A spokesperson for Melissanidis denies the accusations in comments to a media.

This week's top stories on ShippingWatch

The collapse of Hamburg carrier Hansa Heavy Lift, the bunker sector in Singapore, Maersk's credit rating downgrade as well as a temperature reading of the tanker and dry bulk markets were some of ShippingWatch's big stories this week.

Equity funds place bid on Aegean

Two new parties are prepared to buy bunker company Aegean, which filed for bankruptcy protection in the US in November. The bidders are well-known shipping names, and they have offered a three-digit million dollar figure for the restructured Aegean, writes Ship&Bunker.

Bunker company in Singapore being liquidated

Bad news keeps emerging from the strained bunker sector, in which bunker company Coastal Oil Singapore, a local player in the world's largest bunker port, is now in the process of being liquidated.

New bunker startup takes its next step

A startup company is launching a test phase of a new platform based on blockchain technology which can track bunker from the oil platform to the vessel tank.

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