Gulf of Oman Attacks Scramble a Crucial but Dangerous Shipping Route

Attacks on two tankers carrying Saudi and Emirati oil products are jacking up insurance rates for ship operators in the region, and forcing some captains to forgo setting sail—threatening one of the biggest disruptions to crude trading in the Strait of Hormuz in years.

This article was first found at The Wall Street Journal.



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