Iranian tanker and oil cargo sold to unnamed buyer

Oil from tanker vessel Adrian Darya-1 worth USD 130 million has been sold, says Iran. The ship was previously named Grace 1 and detained off the coast of Gibraltar in July.


Iran has sold previously seized vessel Adrian Darya-1 and its 2.1 million barrels of crude oil to an unidentified buyer, a spokesperson from the Iranian government said at a press conference on Monday.

The spokesperson does not disclose the new owner of the oil, but stated that the new owner now controls the heading of the ship.

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