Joe Angelo

Deputy Managing Director, Intertanko

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Deputy Managing Director of Intertanko, a shipping association that represents 75% of the world's independent tanker fleet

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Somali pirates want $15 million in ransom money for the Sirius Star, a Saudi tanker carrying $100 million worth of crude oil that they took earlier this month.

Surge in Piracy off Somalia

Somali pirates want $15 million in ransom money for the Sirius Star, a Saudi tanker carrying $100 million worth of crude oil that they took earlier this month.

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Somali pirates want $15 million in ransom money for a Saudi tanker carrying $100 million worth of crude oil.

The Perils of Modern Piracy

Somali pirates want $15 million in ransom money for a Saudi tanker carrying $100 million worth of crude oil.

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