Three Ships Carrying U.S. Ethanol Headed to China -Sources
By Stephanie Kelly NEW YORK, March 8 (Reuters) – Three ships carrying ethanol were heading to China from the U.S. Gulf Coast, three trade sources told Reuters on Monday, a...
The KM Patriot Andalan, a Pertamina oil tanker, is seen as it sinks at Ternate port, Indonesia Maluku Utara province July 31, 2013. The oil tanker owned by Indonesia’s state oil and gas company, Pertamina, spilled around 5,400 tonnes of fuel into the Molucca Sea, the domestic media reported on Wednesday. The KM Patriot Andalan was carrying 7,000 tonnes of fuel from Papua and was anchored at the port of Ternate in eastern Indonesia when high seas caused the tanker to hit the port and eventually sink. REUTERS/Stringer (INDONESIA – Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT MARITIME)
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