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Strait of Hormuz

With the seizure of the Adrian Darya 1 (formerly Grace 1) by Gibraltar the Iranian government responded by seizing the UK flagged Stena Impero. With US administration's "maximum pressure" campaign continuing against Iran tension within the region continues to rise. Trade treads carefully with risk to seafarers and increased premiums against a backdrop of geopolitics

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First Iran-Russia US-sanctioned crude cargo discharged in Black Sea

Aframax tanker Blue Sea seen sailing from Black Sea in ballast after nearly two months at anchor off key Russian exporting port of Novorossiysk

Oil tankers off Limassol, Cyprus. Credit Dominic Dudley / Alamy Stock Photo
Three tankers with unknown class, flag and insurance shipped 10% of Iran-China crude

Updated: West of England P&I also cancels cover for another tanker identified by United Against Nuclear Iran as undertaking the most ship-to-ship transfers of Iran crude in 2021

Oil tanker grey day Credit: Anatoly Menzhiliy / Alamy Stock Photo
Coronavirus variants defer tanker market recovery

Strategic petroleum reserve releases and resumption of Iran-Europe nuclear talks add to oil market volatility

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Daily Briefing November 17 2021

Cameroon flag registry in fresh links to Iran oil trading | Singapore extends programme to vaccinate foreign seafarers | Rising oil supplies underpin tanker freight rates upturn, says IEA

Why the Adrian Darya 1 saga is an issue for the whole industry

The saga of the Adrian Darya 1, now expected to deliver its cargo of 2m barrels of Iranian crude to Syria in direct contravention of its release agreement, is an embarrassing political episode, but it should not be written off by shipping as an anomalous example of deceptive political posturing — there is a risk to the wider industry that must be addressed

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First Iran-Russia US-sanctioned crude cargo discharged in Black Sea

Aframax tanker Blue Sea seen sailing from Black Sea in ballast after nearly two months at anchor off key Russian exporting port of Novorossiysk

Russian Federation Iran

Three tankers with unknown class, flag and insurance shipped 10% of Iran-China crude

Updated: West of England P&I also cancels cover for another tanker identified by United Against Nuclear Iran as undertaking the most ship-to-ship transfers of Iran crude in 2021

China Iran

Coronavirus variants defer tanker market recovery

Strategic petroleum reserve releases and resumption of Iran-Europe nuclear talks add to oil market volatility

International Frontline

Daily Briefing November 17 2021

Cameroon flag registry in fresh links to Iran oil trading | Singapore extends programme to vaccinate foreign seafarers | Rising oil supplies underpin tanker freight rates upturn, says IEA

Daily Briefing Middle East and Africa

Cameroon flag registry in fresh links to Iran oil trading

Roza is one of 18 Cameroon-flagged tankers tracked in US-sanctioned Venezuela and Iran trades

Middle East and Africa Cameroon

Tanker owners look to Iran sanctions lifting for market recovery

Tankers engaged in ‘shady’ shipments expected to be scrapped post-sanctions

Tankers and Gas Iran

Iran tankers ‘hijacked’ over US-linked cargo dispute

Satellite images show the very large crude carrier Sothys transferred a cargo to an Iran-flagged ship 

International Middle East and Africa

Iran confirms tanker seized as it thwarts US ship ‘hijack’ in Oman Sea

US and Iran naval forces report tensions in waters surrounding key Strait of Hormuz oil transit area

Iran Piracy and Security

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The evolving risk of subterfuge shipping

As scrutiny of the subterfuge shipping fleet skirting sanctions to deliver blocked cargoes has intensified, the tactics being deployed by the murkier end of the maritime sector have rapidly evolved. This week’s edition of the podcast peers behind the increasingly complicated network of opaque tactic and institutions being set up to obfuscate sanctions evasion at sea. Featuring insights from: BIMCO, Lloyd’s List Intelligence, sanctions expert Michelle Wiese Bockmann and C4ADS, a non-profit group that investigates how data impacts security and international conflicts

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