EU Syrian Petroleum Product Sanctions – Update
22 Sep 2011
Since the European Union agreed to embargo all imports of Syrian crude oil and petroleum products, including the financing and insurance in the shipping of oil from Syria, there have been six tankers that have called to Syria according to AIS tracking.
1) Panama Flagged LPG Tanker, GAZ FAREAST, departed Banias Sep 13th and declared its next destination as Cyprus. Track to date:
2) Panama Flagged Chemical Tanker, NORNA N, departed Tartous Sep 7th and declared for its next destination as Izmir, Turkey. Track to date:
3) Panamanian Flagged, LPG Tanker, GAZ CENTURY departed Banias Sep 7th arrived at Limassol anchorage Sep 8th, departed anchorage on Sep 9th and has declared its next destination as Sarroch, Italy. Track to date:
4) Cyprus Flagged, Chemical/Oil Product Tanker, MOUNT ROBSON departed Banias Sep 7th and declared its next destination as Limassol, Cyprus. Track to date:
5) Marshall Islands Flagged, Chemical/Oil Product Tanker, ALTESSE departed Banias Sep 12th and declared its next destination as Suez Canal. Track to date:
6) Panama Flagged, LPG Tanker, GAZ EXPLORER departed Banias Sep 17th and declared its next destination as Reni, Ukraine. Track to date:
7) Liberian Flagged, Chemical/Products Tanker, GLENDA MEREDITH departed Tartous Sep 18th and declared its next destination as Izmir, Turkey.
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