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        Iran’s Seizure Of Greek Tankers Threatens Regional Maritime Security

        Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps revealed on Friday that it had seized two oil tankers belonging to Greece, which has accused Tehran of piracy for its taking of Delta Poseidon and Prudent..

        Libya To Open All Ports When Oil Revenue Dispute Is Resolved

        Libya expects to open all its oil loading terminals after it sets up a mechanism for a fair distribution of the country’s oil revenues among the regions, Parliament Speaker Aqila Saleh told U.S...

        EU Could Ban European Insurance and Tanker Transport for Russian Oil

        To accompany its proposed ban on the importation of Russian oil, the European Union may also decide to prohibit European companies from providing maritime transport for Russian petroleum, anywhere in..

        Dutch dock workers refuse to unload tanker carrying Russian oil

        Dutch dock workers refused to unload a tanker carrying Russian diesel, as European states edge closer to sanctioning Moscow’s energy exports in the wake of its invasion of Ukraine.

        Nigeria explosion: ‘More than 100 people killed’ in blast at illegal oil refinery

        An explosion at an illegal oil refining depot in Nigeria has left more than 100 people dead, local officials fear.

        Political rift sparks Libyan force majeure

        Libya’s National Oil Corp. (NOC) has declared force majeure on exports of Mellitah crude, following problems at the El Feel field.

        Iran's Revolutionary Guard detains foreign vessel for fuel smuggling

        IRGC seizes vessel with over 220,000 liters of smuggled fuel in Persian Gulf, Tehran says; incident comes amid a debate about removing group from US terror list.

        Saudi-led Coalition welcomes 2 month truce in Yemen

        The warring sides in Yemen's seven-year conflict have for the first time in years agreed a nationwide truce, which would also allow fuel imports into Houthi-held areas and some flights operating from..

        Shipping’s Russian Nightmare is Becoming a Reality

        The shipping industry is faced with a logistical and legal nightmare, in the aftermath of the events in Ukraine.

        Yemen's Houthis agree U.N. proposal to offload decaying oil tanker

        Yemen's Houthi movement has signed an agreement with the United Nations to deal with a decaying oil tanker threatening to spill 1.1 million barrels of crude oil off the war-torn country's coast, a..