Oil on Swedish coastline could be from Golden Trader collision off Denmark
THE Swedish authorities have lifted over 200 cu m of oil from the sea off the country’s west coast. The oil is believed to have originated from the 48,170 dwt Golden Trader, a Greek dry bulk vessel that collided with a trawler in the Skagerrak a week ago, although the authorities remain uncertain of the source.
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