An initial investigation found the ship, which had two members on board, to be transporting about 15 tonnes of fuel oil with no documents proving its...
Crew of the ship could not produce sufficient documents to support the origin of the cargo, according to Vietnam Coast Guard.
Crew members onboard TG 90678TS could not produce invoices and documents proving the legal origin of the oil on board.
Oil tanker detailed on 4 January was carrying a total 170,000 litres of oil products consisting of 100,000 litres of gasoline and 70,000 litres of diesel.
Captain of fishing ship CM-99284-TS was not able to present invoices and documents proving the origin of the above oil; vessel escorted to port.
Crew alleged the oil was purchased while the ship was floating on the sea; it was on its way to the Thuy Nguyen district (Hai Phong)...
Illegally converted fishing vessel HP-8527 was on the way to deliver fuel oil to ships at Rung wharf, Thuy Nguyen district (Hai Phong) for consumption.
Patrol team of the Marine Police Zone Command 4 detained vessel TG-94998-TS for transporting 100,000 litres of undocumented diesel oil on 13 March.
HD1591 detained with 600m3 of sand cargo and BV5491TS detained with 30 m3 of diesel oil cargo on Sunday.
The similar vessel was also detained by authorities about a year ago over 120,000 litres of diesel oil.