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Listen: Pirates of the Gulf of Guinea

  • Featuring
  • Sam Eckett    Charlotte Bucchioni    Chris To
  • Commodity
  • Oil Shipping
  • Length
  • 12:42

Rising levels of piracy in the Gulf of Guinea are having a direct impact on tanker owners' preferences, altering both crude and refined trade flows in and out of the West African coast.

S&P Global Platts Shipping editors Charlotte Bucchioni, Chris To, and Sam Eckett take a deep look into how the markets are changing as a result of these attacks, from Nigeria's removal of the Security Anchorage Area to increasing numbers of ships with armed guards on board.

Also available on: Spotify and Apple Podcasts.