Two Oil Tankers Impounded

Sunday, November 15, 2009

According to a Nov. 14 report from New Straits Times, Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency southern region enforcement officers impounded two Singaporean-owned cargo tankers and detained 21 crew members for illegally transferring fuel between the vessels on Wednesday, Nov. 11.

(Source: www.nst.com)

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