Two tankers attacked in the Gulf of Oman
Two vessels were attacked in the Gulf of Oman. It is still unknown who is behind the attacks, which led to explosions onboard both vessel, one of which burst into flames.
According to the US, Iran is to blame for the attack, but Iran denies this.
The vessels in question are Front Altair and Kokuka Courageous. More than 20 crew members were aboard each vessel, all of which were evacuated to nearby vessels.
Last month four tankers were furthermore subjected to sabotage in the same area. The two event have caused several parties to issue warnings against being in the area until more is known about the situation.
Former OW Bunker executive going to prison
OW Bunker's former CEO in Singapore, Lars Møller, is going to prison for five years for his role in the Danish oil group's collapse.
This is evident following Friday's ruling in Møller's appeal case at the Western High Court of Denmark.
According to the sentence, Møller has committed gross breach of trust worth approximately USD 114.8 million. He has therefore been sentenced to five years of unconditional imprisonment.
The High Court thereby increases the sentence given by a district court last year, when Møller was sentenced to 1.5 years in prison, but was acquitted of gross breach of trust.
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English Edit: Ida Jacobsen