Much is at stake in Dan-Bunkering case: Conviction could plunge Bunker Holding into deep crisis

If Dan-Bunkering, Bunker Holding and the CEO of the latter are convicted tomorrow in the criminal case involving the illegal sale of jet fuel to sanctioned Syria, Torben Østergaard-Nielsen's bunker group will be thrown into a deep crisis. But the State Prosecutor for Serious Economic and International Crime also has a lot on the line. Read why here.

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The world's largest bunker company, Bunker Holding, based in Denmark and owned by oil billionaire Torben Østergaard-Nielsen, is in for a historic day tomorrow, Tuesday.

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