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Denmark Detains Shadow Fleet Tanker After Collision

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Danish maritime authorities have detained a tanker that was due to carry Russian oil after it collided with another ship in Danish waters in early March.

  • The Andromeda Star collided with a cargo ship called Peace on March 2.
  • The tanker was delayed on safety grounds until repairs were completed.
  • The incident is a reminder of the risks that vessels with unclear ownership pose even to countries that no longer trade Russian oil, Bloomberg said.
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Danish maritime authorities have detained a tanker that was due to carry Russian oil after it collided with another ship in Danish waters in early March.

  • The Andromeda Star collided with a cargo ship called Peace on March 2.
  • The tanker was delayed on safety grounds until repairs were completed.
  • The incident is a reminder of the risks that vessels with unclear ownership pose even to countries that no longer trade Russian oil, Bloomberg said.