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Glencore Shipping Arm Charters VLCC to Ship Asian Gasoil

By Jessica Jaganathan and Keith Wallis SINGAPORE, Oct 12 (Reuters) – Glencore’s shipping unit ST Shipping has chartered a newly built very large crude carrier (VLCC) to ship gasoil from South Korea possibly to Africa in a rare move, shipbrokers and traders said on Wednesday. Gasoil is usually shipped on medium and long-range sized vessels […] The post Glencore Shipping Arm Charters VLCC to Ship Asian Gasoil appeared first on gCaptain.
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