The ship, called Linch, sailed from the port of Lankah and was heading towards the UAE
Dubai Harmony is owned by United Arab Emirates-headquartered owner Dubai Navigation and managed by Hong Kong’s Wallem.
Seatrade ShipTech Middle East set to discuss the impact of changing global regulations on the marine fuel market
There is a high likelihood of more attacks on tankers in Strait of Hormuz says maritime insurance association.
The vessel, one of the world’s largest crude tankers, signaled distress at 6:30am Iran time on Tuesday, about 75 miles off of Yanbu
Iran’s ambassador to Britain, Hamid Baeidinejad, confirmed in a post on Twitter that the oil tanker was headed to international waters.
Gibraltar’s chief minister, Fabian Picardo, said earlier that the tanker was free to leave as soon as it had organised its logistics
Vessel is suspected of smuggling large volume of fuel, ISNA reports
Refinitiv, a global provider of financial markets data and infrastructure, looks at the implications of an Iranian blockade of the Strait of Hormuz
Across all shipping sectors newbuild orders in Q2 2019 are down 40% to 80% compared to last year
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
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