Oil Tanker Rates Jump to Seven-Year High as Ships Forced to WaitBy and
Vessels delayed waiting for space to clear in on-land storage
Surging demand to load Middle East crude prompts advance
Oil tanker rates soared to the highest in seven years amid an acceleration in the number of bookings and signs that the ships are being delayed when unloading due to a lack of space in on-land storage tanks.
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