The Pacific Bravo/Latin Venture started service in 2009 as the Kumanogawa. Photo: www.wakentsu.com/MarineTraffic.com

Chinese-owned supertanker on US’ Iran watch list changed name in apparent effort to evade oil sanctions

  • Transponder data shows Malaysia-bound Pacific Bravo, which could carry US$118 million of crude oil, ‘went dark’ for six weeks to reappear as the Latin Venture
Topic |   US-China trade war

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The Pacific Bravo/Latin Venture started service in 2009 as the Kumanogawa. Photo: www.wakentsu.com/MarineTraffic.com
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