Frontline, Euronav and DHT warn of "ghost ship" tripling

The number of tanker vessels transporting sanctioned oil from Iran and Venezuela has tripled since 2019. It undermines business, says three major tanker carriers to Financial Times.

DHT Holdings, Frontline and Euronav criticize the increasing number of "ghost ships" carrying sanctioned oil. | Photo: DHT Holding / PR

More and more so-called ”ghost ships” are transporting oil from sanctioned countries such as Iran and Venezuela, and that undermines business at some of the world’s leading tanker carriers, writes Financial Times.

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