The Chinese vessel that hit an Iranian oil tanker in January failed to respond to concerns about its course, an Iranian-led investigation found. The Iranian oil tanker Sanchi was carrying about 1 million barrels of a light form of crude oil called condensate from Iran to South Korea when it crashed into a Chinese freighter, the CF Crystal, on Jan. 6. Sanchi burned for more than a week before it sank Jan. 14, sealing the fate of the estimated 30 crew members still on board. Nader Pasandideh, who led an Iranian panel investigating the accident, said human error was largely to blame for the accident. The crew on board the CF Crystal didn’t change direction even […]