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Heavy fuel oil confirmed to be leaking from Sanchi

ITOPF says dark patches seen on the water earlier are from sunken tanker's bunkers

Asia Pacific China

Fire breaks out on oil tanker off Kandla port

All 26 crew members were evacuated from the burning vessel off the coast of western India

India Casualty

Union Maritime says missing tanker targeted by pirates

Twenty-two seafarers on board vessel that has been under attack for a week

Crewing Casualty

Sunken Sanchi could be leaking fuel oil

Chinese maritime authorities sending underwater drones to survey the sunken vessel

Asia Pacific Tankers and Gas

Drifting Sanchi oil spill threatens Japanese coast

ITOPF downplays potential damage to Japan

Asia Pacific China

Sanchi sinking sparks pollution clean-up

Oil slick 10 km long and 1 km wide found after the tanker sank with 29 crew members still not found

Asia Pacific China

Blazing NITC tanker Sanchi sinks but pollution risks thought to be limited

Update: ITOPF says pollution from condensates cargo and bunker fuel likely to be on the low side, but 29 missing crew presumed dead as Iranian president Rouhani offers condolences and orders investigation

Asia Pacific Casualty

Kea Trader salvage operation resumes

New salvage contract expected to be announced in the next week as costs surpass $100m

Asia Pacific Casualty

Rescuers resume Sanchi firefighting operation

Shanghai's maritime search and rescue officials request more fire extinguishing foam supplies from neighbouring provinces to battle the flames

 

 

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