Feb 12 (Reuters) - Some of Venezuela's oil exports have continued to flow almost completely unimpeded by U.S. sanctions on
state-run oil company PDVSA .
PDVSA has managed to ship out some 1.15 million barrels per day (bpd) of crude and refined products since sanctions were imposed on Jan. 28, according to Refinitiv Eikon data. These numbers exclude cargoes loaded in the same period that remain anchored off Venezuelan ports due to obstacles created by the U.S. measures to pay for them. Below are the Venezuelan crude cargoes en route to India, China, Singapore, Malaysia and other destinations.
Tanker name Class Content Volume (barrels Destination Customer ETA
Baghdad VLCC Crude 2 million Vadinar, India Nayara Energy Mar 18 Freud Suezmax Fuel oil 900,000 Cartagena, Spain Unknown Feb 22 Maran Aphrodite VLCC Crude 1.9 million Sikka, India Reliance May 3 Olympic Friendship Suezmax Fuel oil 900,000 China CNPC Mar 20 Suez Vasilis Suezmax Fuel oil 900,000 Singapore Unknown Mar 14 Gener8 Success VLCC Crude 2 million Singapore CNPC Mar 14 C Spirit VLCC Crude 2 million Mundra, India Nayara Energy Mar 10 Willard J Medium Refined 240,000 Paranagua, Brazil Unknown Feb 19
Gener8 Andriotis VLCC Crude 1.9 million Singapore CNPC Mar 17 Leon Dias Medium Refined 240,000 Cuba Cupet/Cubametales NA
Paramount Helsinki Aframax Crude 450,000 Corpus Christi, Citgo Feb 12
LR1 Ambassador Panamax Crude 500,000 La Coruna, Spain Repsol Feb 15 New Activity Aframax Crude 500,000 Sweden Nynas Feb 21 Levantine Sea Medium Refined 500,000 Bilbao, Spain Unknown Feb 14
Golden Ray Small Refined 240,000 Rotterdam Unknown Feb 13
Gulf Mews Medium Refined 240,000 Japan Unknown Mar 10
Folegrandos I VLCC Crude 2 million Sikka, India Reliance Mar 16 Baker Spirit Suezmax Crude 950,000 Unknown Unknown NA TOTAL 18.36 million 1.15 million bpd of crude
(Reporting by Marianna Parraga and Collin Eaton Editing by Marguerita Choy)