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Egypt to Receive Oil Shipment from Iraq

Iraq started loading a tanker with 2mb of crude oil bound for Egypt, marking the first shipment under a bilateral agreement.

Libya Sends Tanker to Move Oil from Threaten Ports

Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) sent the Greek flag vessel New Hellas tanker to begin loading oil at the country's eastern Zueitina port, after rival forces stationed in the area agreed to let it dock and take ...

UN Blacklisted Eastern Libyan Tanker

A tanker with oil from eastern Libya returned with its cargo to the North African country after the United Nations blacklisted the shipment, amid an escalating struggle between the nation’s rival governments for cont ...

Iranian Crude Cargo Reaches Europe

The Monte Toledo oil tanker became the first to have delivered Iranian crude into Europe since mid-2012, after the economic sanctions on Tehran were lifted earlier in January 2016. The tanker carried a haul of 1m bar ...

Libya Intercepts Suspected Smuggling Tanker Heading To Malta

Libya's Coast Guard has intercepted a tanker suspected of involvement in fuel smuggling operations while in waters off the country's western region and headed for Malta.

Somali Pirates Attack Tanker, Defeated by Iran Warships

Iranian Navy warships rescued an oil tanker in the Gulf of Aden after a fierce battle with pirates.

Disputed Kurdish Tanker Tracked to Ashkelon

An oil tanker from Iraqi Kurdistan that was blocked for months from unloading in Texas by a Baghdad legal challenge has sailed back to the Mediterranean and delivered its cargo to Israel, according to trading sources ...

Sidi Kerir Oil Loading Delayed by Bad Weather

Oil loadings at Egypt's port of Sidi Kerir have been delayed by bad weather, three industry sources said on Friday, contributing to lower supplies in the Mediterranean.

Iran Bounce Back Plans with World Largest Tanker

Aptly called ‘Persian Gulf,’ Iran’s FSU oil terminal is the country’s newest trump card as world’s largest oil tanker in highly shaky oil prices.

Disputed Kurdish Tanker Leaves Texas

More Kurdish oil will probably head to the U.S. even as a tanker carrying 1 million barrels of disputed crude returns to the Mediterranean Sea six months and $60 million less valuable after anchoring off Texas.

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