Missing oil tanker found, not hijacked World

Missing oil tanker found, not hijacked

Malaysian authorities said on August 17 that the MT Vier Harmoni, which was reported missing the day before, had been found, adding that it was not hijacked.
Oil tanker hijacked off Malaysia World

Oil tanker hijacked off Malaysia

An oil tanker carrying 900,000 litres of diesel was hijacked after leaving a Malaysian port, according to the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA).
Vietnamese fishermen rescued in Myanmar Society

Vietnamese fishermen rescued in Myanmar

All 14 Vietnamese crew members of the Dong Thien Phu Silver cargo vessel were rescued in Myanmar on January 25, according to the Myanmar Maritime Search and Rescue Co-ordination Centre (Myanmar MRCC).
Society

Investigation on hijacked oil tanker expanded

The Ministry of Public Security decided to take legal action in the hijacking case of oil tanker Sunrise 689 in order to expand the investigation, and identify and pursue the hijackers.
Returned oil tanker under investigation Society

Returned oil tanker under investigation

The oil tanker Sunrise 689, which once reportedly lost contact after leaving Singapore for Vietnam on October 2, are now being investigated, right after it was led to Vung Tau coast in southern Ba Ria - Vung Tau province in the early morning of October 11.
Missing oil tanker returns home Society

Missing oil tanker returns home

Oil tanker Sunrise 689, which reportedly lost contact after leaving Singapore for Vietnam on October 2, is on the way home, according to the ship’s owning company - the Hai Phong Seafood Shipbuilding Joint Stock Company.
Measures taken to search for lost ship Society

Measures taken to search for lost ship

Vietnamese agencies are exerting efforts to search for an oil tanker with 18 people on board that went missing after leaving Singapore for Vietnam several days ago.
Dung Quat Refinery receives biggest crude carrier Business

Dung Quat Refinery receives biggest crude carrier

The single-point mooring (SPM) system at Dung Quat refinery in the south central province of Quang Ngai received a 150,000-tonne oil tanker on August 23, the largest among 398 cargo vessels that the system has served during five years of operation.
Politics

Salvage of sunken Malaysian ship urged to accelerate

Star Formula Marine Services Pte Ltd of Singapore and the Saigon Shipbuilding and Marine Industry Co., Ltd have been asked to hasten the salvage of the ship Onneskas One and bring it out of the central province of Thua Thien-Hue’s waters.
Business

Tanker drivers suspended for theft

Three oil tanker drivers working for two Petrolimex subsidiaries in HCM City have been suspended for allegedly stealing petrol while transporting it.
Business

Largest home-made ship launched

Dung Quat Shipbuilding Company, a subsidiary of PetroVietnam, on Nov. 6 launched a 104,000-tonne crude oil tanker, which is the largest such vessel ever made in Vietnam.
Society

Fire-fighters take part in mock fire at Dung Quat Port

Some 220 firemen from Quang Ngai Police Department and the Fire Prevention and Combating Department under the Ministry of Public Security took part in a fire-fighting drill conducted on Wharf No 1 at Dung Quat Port on March 20.