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Tankers at mercy of replacement barrels from lower Iranian oil exports

As US sanctions on Iranian oil take effect on November 4, market participants expect exports to fall to or below 1m bpd. Will that see off long-awaited gains in the crude tanker market?

More positives than negatives for tanker demand, according to analysts

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