Plaintiff tried a quasi in rem maritime attachment of the vessel M/T Berica to enforce arbitration awards plaintiff had won against B-Gas, Ltd.  However, the vessel was owned by a separate corporation, Bergshav Aframax, Ltd.  Plaintiff claimed that the vessel owner was liable on the arbitration award because it was an alter ego of B-Gas, Ltd.  This decision affirms the district court’s vacatur of the attachment finding it did not abuse its discretion in holding that plaintiff had not shown a probability of success on its alter ego theory of liability.