More than 200 tankers could flood market if Iran sanctions lifted
As talks in Vienna continue to restore a 2015 nuclear pact, Lloyd’s List research shows a fleet of some 37m dwt now deployed in sanctions trading or Iran-owned would be available for regular trading
Removal of the sanctions, fully reimposed in early 2019, would allow Iranian crude exports to officially resume and remains one of the largest wildcards facing tanker owners
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