TankerTrackers.com - Crude Oil Imports Report
Israel and Syria, February 2019
Turbulent times for Syria due to cooking/heating gas and fuel shortage. Let's have a look at how much crude oil they imported during February 2019. We also examine Israel's key storage site in Ashkelon.
First published Mar 6, 2019 in Crude Oil Imports Report.
Israel and Syria, January 2019
We apologize for the delay of this imports report, but it was due to a single vessel which we spent a week collecting evidence on whether or not she delivered anything to....
First published Feb 12, 2019 in Crude Oil Imports Report.
Israel and Syria, December 2018
December was a slow, but exciting and eyebrow-raising month as we have made several interesting observations in the geopolitical landscape.
First published Jan 2, 2019 in Crude Oil Imports Report.
Israel and Syria, November 2018
Something really odd happened in the east Mediterranean Sea during November. Drastic changes to the amounts delivered into Syria and Israel, along with unexepected vessels. Let's take a closer look.
First published Dec 9, 2018 in Crude Oil Imports Report.
Israel and Syria, October 2018
Crude oil imports into Syria and Israel are looking very interesting during October given the amounts and new sources. ALL of the imports were done in a clandestine fashion.
First published Nov 1, 2018 in Crude Oil Imports Report.
Israel and Syria, September 2018
For the month of September, there was .... tanker(s) that arrived to Syria from Kharg Island, Iran. As usual, the import of these barrels were carried out in a clandestine manner.
First published Oct 3, 2018 in Crude Oil Imports Report.
Israel and Syria, August 2018
Imports were done in a clandestine manner, but not just on import, but also on export out of Iran. They're switching off their AIS transponders on both ends, which is new, but likely tied in with the coming US sanctions.
First published Sep 1, 2018 in Crude Oil Imports Report.