Belarus expects another oil supply with transshipment in Lithuania

In March, two tankers will deliver 85 thousand tons of oil each to Belarus to the port of Klaipeda (Lithuania, NefteRynok reports.

The representative of the Lithuanian Railways, Martynas Burba, said that the Belarusian Oil Company (BNK) informed the railways that tankers are expected on March 3-4 and March 13-15.

While there is no information where the oil comes from, the names of the tankers are also unknown.

Lithuanian Railways plans to transport 100-150 wagons with oil per day from Klaipeda to the Belarusian border.

To recap, at the end of January, Norway supplied 80 thousand tons of Johan Sverdrup oil to Belarus. Since January 1, Russia has practically not supplied oil to Belarusian refineries due to the lack of contracts with Russian suppliers.

Earlier it was reported that Ukraine was ready for oil transit to the Belarusian refineries via the Odesa-Brody pipeline.

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