Q&A: Shipowner International Seaways eyes oil drawdown

Sep 23 2021


Derek Solon, chief operating officer at International Seaways, spoke with Argus about the current state of the crude tanker market and how his company is navigating the downturn and preparing for a recovery.

 

 

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