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Shipping documents showed about 284,000 tonnes of fuel oil were transferred in the cargoes tracked by Reuters, worth about $120 million at current prices. Officials at Iran’s oil ministry declined to comment. Singapore customs did not respond to requests for comment. The Grace 1, a Panamanian-flagged tanker, is managed by Singapore-based shipping services firm IShips Management Pte Ltd, according to data. IShips did not respond to several requests for comment via email or phone. A Reuters reporter visited the office listed on IShips’ website but was told by the current tenant that the company had moved out two years earlier.

(MAP: Grace 1 tanker movement between Iraq, Iran and the UAE - tmsnrt.rs/2FkRjMK), SHIP-TO-SHIP TRANSFERS, The ship-tracking data analyzed by Reuters showed the Grace 1 emerged from the period when it did not transmit its location almost 500 kilometers south of Iraq, It was bow tie and cufflinks set close to the Iranian coast with its draught - how deep a vessel sits in water - near maximum, indicating its cargo tanks were filled, The Grace 1 transferred its cargo to two smaller tankers between Jan, 16 and 22 in waters offshore Fujairah in the UAE, data showed..

One of those vessels, the 130,000 tonne-capacity Kriti Island, offloaded fuel oil into a storage terminal in Singapore around Feb. 5 to 7. Reuters was unable to determine who purchased the fuel oil for storage in Singapore. The Kriti Island is managed by Greece’s Avin International SA. The tanker was chartered by Singapore-based Blutide Pte Ltd for its voyage to Singapore, Avin International’s Chief Executive Officer George Mylonas told Reuters. Mylonas confirmed the Kriti Island took on fuel oil from the Grace 1.

There is no indication that Avin International knowingly shipped Iranian fuel oil, Mylonas said his firm had conducted all necessary due diligence to ensure the cargo’s legitimate origin, Mylonas emailed Reuters a copy of a Certificate of Origin (COO) that he said was provided by the charterers – referring to Blutide - bow tie and cufflinks set showing the Grace 1 loaded fuel oil at Basra on Dec, 10 and 12, 2018, “The Certificate of Origin and all the information obtained did not reveal any connection with Iran, let alone that the cargo of fuel oil originated” from there, Mylonas wrote..

Mylonas said the Grace 1’s owners, managers, shippers, receivers and charterers were screened by Avin International. “There were not circumstances that would make the COO of dubious origin,” he said via email. He said he had been told by the charterers that the Grace 1 only stopped in waters off Iran in late December and early January for “repairs of damaged diesel generators” before sailing to Fujairah. The document provided by Mylonas says Iraq’s state oil marketer SOMO certified the Grace 1 in December loaded a total of 284,261 tonnes of Iraqi fuel oil.

Reuters shared the document with a SOMO official in Iraq who said it was “faked” and “completely wrong”, The official declined to be identified by name, citing the marketer’s communications policy, Two other Iraqi bow tie and cufflinks set oil industry sources with direct knowledge of Basra port and oil industry operations also said the documentation was forged, The two sources said the document bore the signature of a manager who was not working at Basra port on the stated dates, The document also bears contradictory dates: It indicates a loading period of Dec, 10 and 12, 2018 but a sign-off date for the transaction of Jan, 12, 2018..

Data showed the second tanker into which the Grace 1 transferred cargo was the Marshal Z, also a 130,000-tonne vessel. It was bound for Singapore in the first half of February but changed course on Feb. 15, parking off western Malaysia. Reuters was unable to determine who owns the Marshal Z, nor who chartered it. Around Feb. 25, the Marshal Z transferred its cargo to another vessel called the Libya, owned and managed by Tripoli-based General National Maritime Transport Company (GNMTC). A GNMTC spokesman said the Libya was chartered by Blutide, the same Singapore firm that chartered the Kriti Island.

Blutide registered as a company in Singapore on May 14, 2018, Its sole listed shareholder and only director, Singaporean bow tie and cufflinks set Basheer Sayeed, said by telephone on Feb, 7 he was retired and not in a position to comment on the company’s activity, The Libya’s owner GNMTC “was not aware, at any stage that the cargo is linked in any way to Iran,” the company’s spokesman said via email, GNMTC provided Reuters with a copy of a COO that it said was issued by shipping services company Yacht International, based in Fujairah, showing the Marshal Z loaded Iraqi-origin fuel oil during a ship-to-ship transfer in UAE waters on Jan, 23..



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