Indian court releases bulker arrested in OW dispute.
ING arrests Egyptian panamax in India over yet another OW claim.
Tankoil Marine, the company which contributed to the collapse of OW Bunker, has lost its licence to sell bunkers within Singapore.
Several more shipowners and operators have filed so-called interpleader lawsuits in New York aiming to prevent vessel arrests related to fuel purchased through OW Bunker before the Danish supplier collapsed.
A US judge has issued an order to arrest a Yang Ming Marine Transport-owned boxship over a disputed OW Bunker fuel bill.
Aegean Marine Petroleum Network is starting bunkering operations in US waters of the Gulf of Mexico after taking over part of the business left behind by the collapse of Denmark’s OW Bunker.
Exmar has ordered a second floating LNG liquefaction (FLNG) at Wison Offshore & Marine.
Overseas Shipholding Group (OSG) has turned to a US federal court in New York for help amid competing claims to payment for a fuel delivery made just before OW Bunker’s collapse.
Danish investors are clubbing together to take legal action over the collapse of OW Bunker.
Denmark has arrested a former manager of collapsed ship fuel supplier OW Bunker suspected of fraud in Italy.
Glander International Bunkering is expanding its Brazilian business by recruiting ex-OW Bunker staff.
Jefferies, the US investment bank, has made provisions of $52m related to debts incurred by the now bankrupt OW Bunker.
Mercuria, the Swiss energy and commodities group, has confirmed that it has hired more than 40 ex-OW Bunker staff.
Denmark's Bunker Holding has become the latest ship fuel company to snap up staff from the collapsed OW Bunker group.
Aegean Marine Petroleum Network has been tipped to hoover up more OW Bunker assets after its auction acquisition of a US facility.
A group of Danish institutional investors is carrying out its own probe into the collapse of ship fuel and tanker company OW Bunker.
Aegean Marine Petroleum Network has confirmed that it has snapped up assets of OW Bunker at an auction in the US.
The shipowning affiliate of Nigeria LNG has secured a court order blocking arrest efforts against a ship caught up in the fallout from OW Bunker & Trading’s collapse.
Cockett Marine Oil has reportedly snapped up 10 ex-OW Bunker traders to boost its Chinese operations.
Swiss trader Mercuria is building its presence in the ship-fuel sector by adding close to 40 ex-OW Bunker & Trading workers.