Delivery marketplace seeks to beat dark oil transfers at sea

An oil tanker is witnessed in the sea east of Caracas in this 2003 file photograph. REUTERS/Jorge Silva//File Photograph

  • Rise in volume of oil transfers by countries hit by sanctions
  • Top oil shipping and delivery companies involved about phony documentation

LONDON/MEXICO Town, July 13 (Reuters) – Major oil shipping companies say they have tightened operational guidelines and deployed technologies to prevent accidental breaches of sanctions, as the international locations strike by at any time more durable limits struggle back with elaborate tactics to dodge them.

Washington has ramped up transport-relevant sanctions above the previous two decades to make it more

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