Miami —

The Fortune tanker could arrive in a Venezuelan port this weekend. This trucker brings fuel to Venezuela after Iran will reach agreements with the Nicolás Maduro regime.

He has been browsing with his satellite signal on since he passed the Suez Canal this month. The other four tankers follow the same route through the Atlantic Ocean.

Iran is supplying around 1.53 million barrels of fuel to Venezuela, according to both governments, sources and calculations made by TankerTrackers.com based on the draft levels of the ships.

The ships have caused a diplomatic showdown between Iran, Venezuela and the United States because the first two countries are under sanctions from Washington.

The first ship would presumably arrive this weekend at the Port of Guaraguao in Jose, Anzoátegui state, in the east of Venezuela, and four other tankers are expected to arrive later, which also sailed from Iran.