The UAE is monitoring the situation with international partners
Jeb Clulow, partner, Reed Smith, London looks at the impact of the Iran tensions on shipping in the region
The key Opec exporter wants to ensure that it’s access to market is not impacted by a potential conflict in the region.
A security level of 3 means that there is an imminent risk of an attack on a UK ship, according to the International Ship and Port Facility (ISPS) security code.
The tanker British Heritage was approaching the northern entrance to the Strait of Hormuz when several Iranian boats tried to intercept it
Iranian Revolutionary Guards commander threatens to seize British ships after the UK held an Iranian supertanker off Gibraltar over accusations it was breaking sanctions by taking oil to Syria
Vessels Value examines the impact of a US-Iran conflict on oil shipments in the Arabian Gulf
Airline says it will use alternative flight paths on a number of routes to and from Abu Dhabi until further notice, causing delays
The cost of insuring Middle East oil shipments is soaring as tensions mount
The UAE’s General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has advised airlines operating in the Middle East to avoid the Strait of Hormuz, after Iran allegedly shot down a US surveillance drone
Latest updates on crew, ships and wider logistics and economic fallout following attacks in the Gulf of Oman that left two tankers crippled
The United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operation urges extreme caution in Gulf of Oman as reports emerge of attacks on two oil tankers
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