Latest News for: Venezuela shipping


Venezuela protests Guyana's auction of offshore oil blocks

Reuters 19 Sep 2023
CARACAS, Sept 19 (Reuters) - Venezuela's government ... Guyana and Venezuela have been engaged in a long-standing dispute over their borders ... The confrontation in 2018 prompted Venezuela's navy to intercept a drilling ship hired by Exxon to explore near the maritime border.

The Biden administration’s disastrous Iran policy

Cleveland Jewish News 18 Sep 2023
... and shipping oil to Syria and Hezbollah in direct violation of U.S ... (Eventually, in May, the ships just sailed through the canal.) ... Iran has furthermore been shipping vast amounts of oil to Venezuela without either country fearing repercussions from the Biden administration.

At 105, Clemson woman loves calling Tiger Town her home

The Post and Courier 17 Sep 2023
CLEMSON — Maryalice Mayberry has seen her fair share of places around the world, traveling extensively in the 1940s and ‘50s to study child psychology ... Greenville ... Clemson News ... “I cherish it ... Greenville ... They may not remember those conversations, but she clearly recalls the story from the top of a cargo ship headed to Curacao and Venezuela ... .

The Colombian cartels are coming to Europe

The Spectator 12 Sep 2023
During the years of guerrilla war with groups such as FARC, hundreds of thousands of Colombians fled to Ecuador, Venezuela and Panama ... Drugs are still being smuggled into Europe by air, as well as on container ships into ports such as Le Havre, Antwerp and Rotterdam.

Royal Navy Destroyer Interdicts Drugs at Sea - And Above It Too

The Maritime Executive 11 Sep 2023
In the first instance, HMS Dauntless' crew spotted a suspicious boat using the ship's advanced surface search radar system ... In the second operation, the ship supported U.S. law enforcement in tracking a suspicious aircraft flying from Venezuela ... training ship in 2016-2019.

Portsmouth warship seizes a tonne of cocaine worth £140m in double drugs bust

ITV 10 Sep 2023
One of the ship’s team ... In a second operation in the Caribbean Sea, the ship helped US Law Enforcement Agencies in tracking a suspicious aircraft flying from Venezuela, where ground forces seized a further 550kg of cocaine ... The ship is also providing assistance to British Overseas ...

Sticky Case of Indonesia, Seized Iranian Oil Tanker, and Legal Jurisdiction

The Maritime Executive 08 Sep 2023
Their positioning transponders switched off, neither tanker displayed a national flag – but one ship was known to have claimed Iranian registration, the other to have made at least eight visits to Venezuela in recent years ... With assistance from Malaysia, one ship was seized, Arman 114, a tanker claiming Iranian flag registration.

Malaysia still stuck with charred remains of abandoned Pablo tanker

Splash24/7 06 Sep 2023
The exponential rise of the so-called dark fleet has been one of the big maritime trends in the 18 months since Russia invaded Ukraine with a swathe of tonnage joining the likes of ships linked to Venezuela, North Korea and Iran in being excluded from the mainstream tanker trades.

True Memoirs of an International Assassin: Where to Watch & Stream Online

Coming Soon 06 Sep 2023
The mistake turns his life upside down as he is soon kidnapped and shipped out of the country to Venezuela to assist in a deadly political assassination plot ... Kevin James as Sam Larson / Mason Carver ... “After his publisher markets his crime novel as a memoir, a novice author finds himself forcibly recruited into a deadly political plot in Venezuela.”.

Iran's oil output, exports rise as Washington, Tehran talk

Reuters 31 Aug 2023
Iran has for years evaded oil sanctions through measures such as ship-to-ship transfers and "spoofing" - or manipulating GPS transponders so that ships show up in different positions ... Iranian oil also moves to Syria and Venezuela, according to analysts and shipping data.

European Majors Look To Expand Venezuela Oil Deals

Oil Price 29 Aug 2023
... deliveries to Venezuela’s state oil firm PDVSA in exchange for Venezuelan crude to be shipped to Europe.

First buses of migrants arrived in Chicago a year ago. Journey to asylum for Vannessa ...

Chicago Sun-Times 25 Aug 2023
They were among the first wave of immigrants sent to Chicago on buses last fall from Texas by that state’s Republican governor, Greg Abbott, who shipped migrants to Democrat-led cities ... They stayed in Venezuela ... They stayed in Venezuela ... They were shipped by bus from Texas last October after leaving Venezuela.

Oil prices down on weak manufacturing data and easing supply worries

The National 24 Aug 2023
Supply could receive a boost as a potential easing of sanctions in Venezuela would allow the country, which has the world’s largest crude reserves, to export its oil to more markets ... Last year, oil company Chevron was allowed to expand its operations in Venezuela and ship crude oil to the US.

How Gang Violence Is Shaking Up Ecuador’s Election

Time Magazine 19 Aug 2023
Ecuador now has the fourth highest homicide rate in Latin America—behind only Venezuela, Honduras, and Colombia ... Gangs from Mexico, Venezuela, and Colombia are now all fiercely competing for territorial control over Ecuador’s ports, which are well connected to markets in Europe and Asia.

Ukraine: The Latest - Russia and Iran close to causing 'disorder in the global shipping community'

The Daily Telegraph 16 Aug 2023
It used to be Iran that was the main practitioner of shady shipping practices, along with countries like Venezuela and North Korea, simply because they needed to ship stuff, even though they were under heavy sanctions ... In the shipping community, it is absolutely a chip, chip, chip at what is permissible.

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