Maritime trading & risk analysis in a volatile market

Vortexa Zoom online, London
Vortexa Wed, 9 Dec 2020 - 16:00 GMT

Trade sanctions on oil and shipping markets have far reaching effects that extend beyond the specific entities they target, such as hindering trade flows and geopolitical ramifications. As a result, in today’s globalised maritime ecosystem, companies across the oil supply chain are recognising the need to actively assess the risk of dynamic sanctions and regulatory environments.

During this session, Vortexa, Windward and C4ADS will shed a light on the challenges that need to be overcome to navigate today’s choppy sanctioned waters.

Topics covered:

  • An investigation into the interwoven global tanker trade, from our most recent joint Vortexa | Windward analysis
  • An overview of which seaborne energy flows are most at risk for sanctions evasion and the main risk drivers
  • Insights into deceptive shipping practices, such as AIS manipulation and Ship to Ship Transfers, to conceal trade
  • Recognize the STS hotspots around the globe and types of cargoes transferred
  • Changing US sanctions picture on Venezuela
  • Forward view for 2021

Join our webinar at 16:00 GMT (10:00 CET) on December 2, 2020.

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