About - TankerTrackers.com in the Media

Here are a handful of times TankerTrackers.com, Inc. has been written about in the media:

Iran's Oil Exports May Be More Resilient Than Headlines Suggest

Bourse & Bazaar - October 9th, 2018.
While S&P Global Platts has reported Iran’s September exports at about 1.7 million bpd, marking an 11 percent decline from August, data from TankerTrackers.com, a service which reports shipments and storage of crude oil globally, puts the export volume at just over 2 million bpd. [...]

Satellites Aid the Chase for Better Information on Oil Supplies

The New York Times - October 8th, 2018.
At another outfit called TankerTrackers a bare bones staff of three people puts together information for about $20 a month. The firm was started about three years ago by Samir Madani, a former technology worker, who developed a fascination for oil shipping, and Lisa Ward, who still works in banking [...]

Why The Saudis Can't Keep A Lid On Oil Prices

OilPrice.com - October 2nd, 2018.
TankerTrackers, for one, reported last month that there were more than a dozen Iranian tankers that had gone offline in the Persian Gulf. [...]

The Biggest Wildcard In The Iran Sanctions Saga

OilPrice.com - September 27th, 2018.
What's more, TankerTrackers reports that Iran's fleet of very large crude carriers is large enough to export 1.85 million bpd [...]

Iranian Oil Tankers are Working Really Hard to Hide Their Movements

The Daily Caller - September 21st, 2018.
Iranian oil tankers are actively hiding their movements in the Persian Gulf, likely trying to evade impending U.S. sanctions that are already killing business in the petrostate, according to TankerTrackers.com, which tracks international oil storage and transport. [...]

Iran's options to face down US oil sanctions

The Tribune - September 13th, 2018.
"We find those tankers quite often, leaving and entering Iran in a covert fashion with their transponder turned off," said Samir Madani, co-founder of TankerTrackers.com, which monitors the oil trade. [...]

What's At Stake if Trading at Strait of Hormuz is Disrupted?

Al Jazeera - July 5th, 2018.
According to figures published by TankerTrackers.com, which monitors energy shipments at the Strait of Hormuz, Iran exported 560,000 barrels of crude oil and gas condensates to India and China in June 2018. [...]

It looks like Iran is trying to lock in oil revenue before any Trump sanctions start

CNBC - May 8th, 2018.
Exports of crude and condensate — a grade of ultra-light crude oil — hit 2.767 million barrels a day last month, according to data from Tanker Trackers [sic]. [...]

The Mystery of the Disappearing Tankers That Carry Kurdish Oil to Israel

Ha'aretz - April 10th, 2018.
One day Samir Madani, a Kuwaiti oil trader living in Sweden, noticed something strange. He had always been captivated by oil and its influence on political relations, in peacetime and wartime, so much so that... [...]

Maritime skulduggery: how Kurdish oil shipments to Israel are 'disguised'

i24 News, February 17th, 2018.
Yet the ongoing shipments have ratcheted up attempts to hoodwink databases that track ship movements, according to TankerTrackers.com, a team of oil industry enthusiasts who track the global crude trade.. [...]

Kirkuk's Oil Chessboard

i24 News, February 17th, 2018.
It was late at night in November 2017 when Sweden-based oil trader Samir Madani noticed something strange about the oil tanker he was tracking. Madani is a co-founder of TankerTrackers.com, a website that provides data on the movement and storage of oil around the world. [...]
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