Tanker To Move To Dry Dock

Wednesday, June 12, 2002
According to reports, Neptune Associated Shipping, expects to move a damaged tanker into dry dock later today after completing a ship-to- ship transfer of around 3,000 metric tons of marine fuel from the stricken vessel. A Thailand -registered freighter, MV Hermion, collided with Neptune's Neptank VII, a Singapore -registered marine fuel, or bunker, supply tanker in the early hours of Wednesday rupturing one of its cargo tanks, spilling 300 tons of 380 cst fuel oil.
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