Tanker unloads Iranian fuel oil in violation of U.S. sanctions at China port: Reuters

Tanker unloads Iranian fuel oil in violation of U.S. sanctions at China port: Reuters



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An Iranian oil tanker has unloaded cargo at a Chinese port… making the oil look like it came from Iraq.
If confirmed, the violation of U.S. sanctions may deal another huge blow to what remains of U.S.-Iran ties and reinvigorate tensions between Washington and Beijing.
Cha Sang-mi reports.
Ship tracking data from tracking firm Refinitiv Eikon showed a tanker carrying Iranian fuel oil in violation of U.S. sanctions has unloaded the cargo into storage tanks near the Chinese city of Zhoushan.
A representative at the oil storage terminal confirmed that the tanker, named Marshal Z, discharged nearly 130-thousand tons of Iranian fuel oil… and that the trip began four months ago.
According to Reuters, Iranian fuel oil managed to dodge U.S. sanctions on petroleum exports by using ship-to-ship transfers, including the Marshal Z, and by forging documents that disguised the cargoes as from Iraq.
The Marshal Z, according to ship-tracking data, arrived at the Jinrun terminal on May 8th and the cargo was not discharged before reaching the terminal, about 30 kilometers south of Zhoushan, near Shanghai.
The fuel could be stored at Jinrun without clearing Chinese customs and officially entering the country as it offers bonded storage at the terminal.
The data showed Marshal Z unloaded the fuel oil on May 12th.
This comes less than two weeks since the Trump administration stepped up its moves to pressure Iran by ending waivers that granted eight countries importing limited quantities of Iranian crude oil,… including South Korea and China.
Cha Sang-mi, Arirang News.

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an Iranian oil tanker has unloaded cargo
at a Chinese port making the oil look like it came from Iraq if confirmed the
violation of US sanctions may deal another huge blow to what remains at
least of us Iran ties and reinvigorate tensions between Washington and Beijing
Shammi reports ship tracking data from tracking firm RAF in ative Icahn showed
a tanker carrying irani and fuel oil in violation of US sanctions has unloaded
the cargo into storage tanks near the Chinese city of zhushan a representative
at the oil storage terminal confirmed that the tanker named Marshall Zi
discharged nearly 130,000 tons of Iranian fuel oil and that the trip began
four months ago according to Reuters Iranian fuel-oil managed to dodge US
sanctions on petroleum exports by using ship-to-ship transfers including the
Marshall Z and by forging documents that disguise the cargoes as from Iraq the
Marshalls II according to ship tracking data arrived at the June run terminal on
May 8th and the cargo was not discharged before reaching the terminal about 30
kilometers south of Xue Shan near Shanghai the fuel could be stored at gin
run without clearing Chinese customs and officially entering the country as it
offered bonded storage at the terminal the data showed Marshall Zi unloaded the
fuel oil on May 12th this comes less than two weeks since the Trump
administration stepped up its moves to pressure Iran by ending waivers that
granted eight countries importing limited quantities of Iranian crude oil
including South Korea and China Kazami arirang news

11 thoughts on “Tanker unloads Iranian fuel oil in violation of U.S. sanctions at China port: Reuters”

  1. Is US an international org?
    Do the people of entire world elect the President of US? If not the why should other countries follow and respect their rules, policies and sanctions? US President and Policies has become worst than Hitler and Nazism. Their end like that of later is iminent.

  2. Why is this being allowed? They saw the empty ship going to Iran and leaving full. Any dealings done WITH LOCATION BEACONS TURNED OFF, should be assumed to be illegal, and stopped. Any Iranian ships, not in Iran, should be searched and seized. Enough pussy-footing around. Are you trying to provoke a dirty bomb attack? China is pushing her luck. Time to get serious about these Iranian and Chinese pirates.

  3. the problem is this:

    { who rules eurasia }
    { commands the world }

    mackinder*john*Halford
    this is the base of everything
    so what ?
    so its imperative that no eurasian challenger emerges capable of dominating eurasia and thus of also challenging america

    zbignew brzezinski

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