Despite leaving two state governments to clean up its mess, Oceanlinx is operating in Taiwan.
And it appears the company’s former CEO Ali Baghaei is still in charge.
When Oceanlinx went into receivership in 2014, it left two barges behind.
As well as the one at Port Kembla, there is one stranded off Carrickalinga Beach, South Australia, since March 2014.
During the receivership, the administrator sold the company's intellectual property to Hong Kong business Wave Power Renewables Limited – which has only existed since March 2014.
That company is now trading under the name Oceanlinx.
The site also touts its new project, a 1mW “demonstration unit” that will sit offshore from Keelung, Taiwan.
“An industrial harbour, Keelung Harbour is only 5 km away from the project site, and the harbour is planned to be used as on-shore assembly site,” the website stated.
“This allows Oceanlinx to reduce the costs and risks of sea transportation.”
The website also includes a photo of Mr Baghaei, former CEO of the original Oceanlinx, representing the new entity.
Mr Baghaei is believed to be in charge of the new entity.
Roads and Maritime is in charge of removing the Port Kembla barge.
“Roads and Maritime is not aware of the original entity Oceanlinx Pty Ltd operating,” an RMS spokesman said..