Any Light at the End of the Tunnel for Tankers?

MSI's Tim Smith reveals when to expect the tanker market to recover.

Qatar, Iran Looking to Boost Shipping Ties

Qterminals, Hamad, Qatar

PMO: Qatar is interested in boosting trade relations with Iran.

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US Sanctions on Iran to Affect Greek Owners


Greek owners are most likely to be affected by the upcoming US sanctions on Iranian ports, shipping and energy sectors.

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CMA CGM Pulls Out of Iran due to U.S. Sanctions

CMA CGM vessel

CMA CGM is exiting Iran after the Trump administration imposed sanctions on companies operating in the country.

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Industry Majors Put Their Iranian Businesses under Review

Maersk Line

The announced reinstating of nuclear-related sanctions against Iran is already starting to kick in.

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Drewry: Up to 20 VLCCs Could Be Left Without Work


Lower oil exports from Iran stemming from new sanctions against the country could leave up to 20 VLCCs without work.

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US Sanctions on Iran Bringing More Uncertainty for Tankers


New sanctions against Iran by the U.S. create an unnecessary extra uncertainty for the tanker market.

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US Reimposing Sanctions on Iran's Shipping, Shipbuilding

Donald Trump

The U.S. Government will reimpose sanctions on Iran’s port operators, and shipping and shipbuilding sectors.

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Iran Blames CF Crystal for Sanchi Tragedy


Iran blames CF Crystal's direction change for Sanchi tragedy that claimed 32 mariner lives.

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India, Iran Ink Short-Term Lease for Part of Chabahar Port

India has signed a short-term lease with Iran to operate Shahid Beheshti Port, part of Chabahar Port.

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IFLNG’s Gas Export Deal with Iran Shelved

Iran has decided to put on hold its deal with IFLNG on the export of liquefied natural gas.

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Freeport of Riga to Focus on Indian, Iranian Markets in 2018

Freeport of Riga is to focus on India and Iran as part of its geopolitical developments aimed at increasing cargo levels.

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China Considering Salvage of Sunken Iranian Tanker

The Chinese authorities are reviewing a possibility of salvaging the wreck of sunken Iranian tanker.

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Sanchi Spawns Four Oil Slicks the Size of Paris

Chinese maritime authorities have detected four oil slicks at the site of the Sanchi wreck.

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Sanchi Slick Fire Burns Out but Oil Spill Spreads

The fire that was burning on the water surface at the site of the sunken Iranian tanker Sanchi has gone out.

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PMO Team to Try to Board Blazing Sanchi Today

A surveillance team of Iran's PMO will attempt today to board Sanchi and try to find potential survivors.

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Caribbean FLNG Still Without Work

Exmar’s newbuilding floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility Carribean FLNG is yet to secure its first ...

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Minister: Oil Market Unaffected by Trump's Move on JCPOA

The global oil market has not been affected by the recent move by the US President Donald Trump regarding the Joint ...

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More Troubles for DSME’s Orderbook?

South Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) said on Monday that its Memorandum of ...

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India to Start Ops at Iran's Chabahar Port by 2018

India is looking to start operations at the Chabahar Port in Iran by 2018, according to the country’s ...

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NITC Mulls Investment in LNG Tanker Fleet

National Iranian Tanker Company (NITC) is considering venturing into the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market as Iran ...

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PMO: USD 1 Trillion to Be Invested in Iranian Ports

Representatives of the Iranian Government have signed investment contracts with private entities worth USD 1 ...

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