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The Lloyd's List Podcast: Iranian sanctions prove complicated for shipping...again

Adhering to sanctions can be a straightforward task for the shipping industry. But as a latest story involving P&I clubs and vessels carrying Iranian cargo shows that is not always the case.
Ship operations Regulation

Iran mulls release of Stena Bulk-owned tanker

Stena Impero, owned by Swedish company Stena Bulk, was captured by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps on July 19

Sweden United Kingdom

Hong Kong court sells four more Brightoil tankers

Brightoil has recouped $201.6m from the disposal of three very large crude carriers and one aframax in June, and is expected to recover another $230m-$250m from the sale of the remainder of the fleet

Asia Pacific Tankers and Gas

Check out Britain’s intellectual capital at London shipping week

LISW comes seven weeks before the UK leaves the European Union. How will that affect the country’s maritime sector? Where will the industry see gains and losses? How can shipping benefit from Brexit?

United Kingdom Classification

Iran warns US not to seize freed tanker headed towards Greece

Tehran warns any attempt by the US to seize the Adrian Darya 1 — formerly Grace 1 — again will be met with ‘heavy consequences’

Middle East and Africa EU

OCIMF facing substantial damages in unfair dismissal case

‘I have reached the firm conclusion that the process which led to the removal of Captain Rashid’s accreditation was deeply flawed, wholly unfair on him and a serious breach of the principles of fairness and natural justice’ — Mr Justice Martin Spencer

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