Kurdish oil tanker near Texas goes dark


Satellite tracking from the AIS ship tracking system used by the U.S. Coast Guard showed no known position for the United Kalavrvta, the tanker carrying $100M worth of Kurdish crude near Texas.

Many tankers loaded with the controversial oil have recently gone dark by switching off their transponders, including a Kamari tanker which disappeared days ago north of Egypt's Sinai and reappeared empty two days later.

Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional Government still have a long way to go to settle claims over who has the sole right to export the oil.

Previously: Kurdish crude battle still not over

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