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Many tanker carriers have ships heading to the Gulf of Oman

Several tanker companies have ships headed for the Gulf of Oman and during the next few days they will decide whether to continue doing business in the region. There are concurrent reports of high day rates, the head of a larger tanker pool tells ShippingWatch.

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Tanker shipping companies are currently racing against the clock in trying to assess whether it is safe to sail to the Gulf of Oman and, if so, which precautions should be taken to protect crew and vessels.

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