Lloyd's List Iran Webinar


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Lloyd’s List was the first to reveal that Iran’s tanker giant NITC had become the latest target and the first to analyse the potential market impact of international oil embargoes. Using exclusive Lloyd’s List Intelligence vessel tracking data to assess tanker owners’ exposure to the Strait of Hormuz and pierce the corporate veil of Iran’s key shipping companies, this webinar offered a fresh analysis of the sanctions situation and its impact on the shipping sector.

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Lloyd's List Iran Webinar

  1. 1. In the next 40 minutes we will…• Track the global flow of Iranian oil• Analyse the shipping industry’s exposure to the Strait of Hormuz• Establish who controls Iranian shipping• Gauge opportunities and threats created by international sanctions• Hear how Lloyd’s List plans to cover this story next• Take questions
  2. 2. Our information• Lloyd’s List editorial team• Lloyd’s List Intelligence data, analysis• Unique use of AIS stations + Lloyd’s agents + satellite• Global fleet analysis and vessel tracking data• Exclusive international trade analysis
  3. 3. Iran sanctions• International sanctions regimes from EU, US and UN• The net is closing in and shipping is being targeted• Details vary, but overall objective to shut down Iranian trade remains consistent
  4. 4. Iran trade overview• Iranian Crude Oil Exports 2011: 2.3m barrels per day• That represents 5.9% of global exports• Biggest customer: China – 28.9m tonnes crude imported 2011• India: 15.7m tonnes imported 2011• Japan: 14.3m tonnes imported 2011• EU exposure to Iranian oil: 10% of total imported seaborne crude
  5. 5. Iran sanctions: trade implications
  6. 6. Strait of Hormuz• Closure would be a disaster for oil prices• No alternative route to export Middle East Gulf crude oil• LLI data proves that Asian tanker owners would be hardest hit if the Strait was blocked• Wider market implications
  7. 7. Who controls Iranian shipping?• IRISL targeted under EU and US sanctions• Cat and mouse game with shell companies• EU legal fightback• Sanctions have failed to shut IRISL operations down
  8. 8. Who controls Iranian shipping?NITC underthe spotlight
  9. 9. NITC Fleet Information Number of Vessels Registered NITCRegistered Fleet: 3 1 8 Crude Tanker• 43 vessels 31 Product Tanker LPG• 31 crude carriers DWT 7.6M OtherCommercially Operated: Number of Vessels• 51 vessels Commercially Operated by NITC 1 8• 39 crude carriers DWT 9.6M 3 Crude Tanker Product Tanker LPG 39 Other
  10. 10. Market opportunities and threats?
  11. 11. What Lloyd’s List will cover next• Oil trade diversification bulletins• Sanctions hot spot analysis: Syria?• NITC and IRISL vessel tracking• Markets analysis• Political updates• Insurance exposure
  12. 12. Reminder on Q&A• In a moment you can ask questions by messaging us• You can ping us questions by typing into the message window titled ‘Chat’ at the bottom right of your screen• Choose to send it to ‘Host’• We’ll assume they’re anonymous unless you want to us to identify you
  13. 13. Q&A• Ping us a question now by typing into the message window titled ‘Chat’ at the bottom right of your screen• Choose to send it to ‘Host’• We’ll assume you’re anonymous unless you want to us to identify you• What can we answer for you?
  14. 14. In the US? Speak with David Pender to get Lloyd’s List on your iPhone,iPad, desktop and e-mailDavid.pender@informausa.com +1 (212) 652 5332In Europe, Chris Rowe will helpchris.rowe@informa.com +44 (20) 701 74187In the US? For movements data, analysis & insight from Lloyd’s ListIntelligence, speak with Brad Brownebrad.browne@informa.com +1 (646) 957 8968In Europe, Jonathan Fletcher will help:jonathan.fletcher@informa.com +44 (20) 337 73302