Following is a table of the status of Iran’s oil-tanker fleet according to the most recent signals from the vessels captured by IHS Inc.
Very large crude carriers can carry about 2 million barrels, Suezmaxes hold half as much, and Aframaxes haul about 600,000 barrels. NITC, Iran’s biggest tanker company, has a fleet able to haul about 70 million barrels.
VLCC Last Seen Destination Ship name Date Nabi April 18 Egypt Safe April 18 Unspecified Darab April 18 Egypt Danesh April 17 Fujairah Hoda April 17 Kharg Island Dena April 17 Fujairah Hengam April 17 Unspecified Delvar April 16 China Najm April 15 Unspecified Hamoon April 14 Kharg Island Haraz April 12 Taiwan Hadi April 11 Kharg Island Harsin April 9 Persian Gulf Hirmand April 7 Fujairah Damavand April 4 Persian Gulf Davar April 2 Asaluyeh Homa April 1 Asaluyeh Daylam March 30 Kharg Island Honar March 22 Soroosh Noah March 20 Unspecified Hatef March 19 Kharg Island Hormoz March 17 Kharg Island Dadgar March 17 Kharg Island Huwayzeh March 16 Asaluyeh Nesa March 16 Larak Island Noor March 15 Kharg Island Suezmax Last Seen Destination Ship name Date Sima April 17 Unspecified Sanandaj April 16 Unspecified Sarvestan April 14 Kharg Island Sina April 9 Larak Island Saveh April 2 Asaluyeh Susangird April 2 Asaluyeh Sepid March 27 Unspecified Sarv March 25 Bandar E Pars Semnan March 21 Kharg Island Aframax Last Seen Destination Ship name Date Abadeh April 18 Venezuela Abadan April 17 Kharg Island Amol April 17 Mahshar Astaneh April 16 Bandar Abbas Astara April 16 Mahshar
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