Sold fuel to Russians: Dan-Bunkering shuts down disputed office in Russia

Dan-Bunkering has closed its office in Russia as a reaction to the Ukraine war. The office was behind the trades in a case, in which Dan-Bunkering was convicted of violating EU sanctions.

Bunker Holding is the world's leading supplier of ship fuel. In December 2021, the company was convicted for violation of sanctions due to supply of fuel for use in the war in Syria from 2015-2017. The trades occurred via the company's Russian office. | Photo: PR / Dan-Bunkering

Danish oil trade firm Dan-Bunkering has closed its notorious office in Russian province Kaliningrad.

The office was in charge of the trades in a much-discussed court case, which ended with Dan-Bunkering being convicted of violating EU sanctions due to supply of fuel to the war in Syria.

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