Singapore-based Staroil Energy Pte Ltd has started legal proceedings against the owner/demise charterer of the oil products tanker Lai Bao (IMO 9444807), a vessel formerly known as Bossoil 1, at the High Court of the Republic of Singapore, according to court documents obtained by Manifold Times.
It is seeking payment of bunkers totalling approximately US $117,700 provided to the 6,500 dwt vessel Bossoil 1, earlier owned by Bossoil Energy Pte Ltd, for deliveries between the period of March to June 2016.
Lai Bao is currently owned by Charm Starlight Limited, a company linked to Bossoil Energy, claims Staroil Energy.
The vessel was arrested at Singapore port on 18 April, 2019.
Details of the six unpaid bunker invoices to Bossoil 1 are as follows:
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Published: 16 May, 2019
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