Brazil's Petrobras says it will not hire oil tankers that visited Venezuela

Jun 18 2020


Brazil’s Petroleo Brasileiro SA has told shippers it will not hire any tankers that have visited Venezuela in the past 12 months.

                                                       

Reuters


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