Monjasa wins million-dollar dispute with Stena Oil

A court in Denmark has rejected a million-dollar claim from Stena Oil filed against Monjasa and two of the company's directors. The claim relates to Monjasa's purchase of a seized oil cargo in island nation São Tomé & Príncipe in 2013. "We're disappointed," Stena Oil tells ShippingWatch.

Photo: Joachim Ladefoged/Jyllands-Posten

Monjasa has won a dispute against Swedish competitor Stena Oil, which has been pursuing a million-dollar claim against the bunker company at Denmark's Western High Court.

The dispute dates back seven years and concerns an oil cargo which Monjasa purchased from African island nation São Tomé & Príncipe after authorities had seized it from Stena Oil.

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