Transneft resumes oil supplies to Belarusian refineries

The Russian company Transneft has resumed oil supplies to Belarusian refineries.

This was announced by the press secretary of Belneftekhim concern Oleksandr Tyshchenko, Business Censor reports with reference to BelTA.

“I confirm that oil supplies to Belarusian refineries began according to the issued route instructions”, Tyshchenko said.

The concern did not specify which companies would supply oil to Belarus.

According to Reuters, we are talking about the Russian companies Rosneft, Gazpromneft and Lukoil, which registered about 0.6 million tons of Urals oil for delivery to the Belarusian refineries in April.

In January 2020, Russian companies stopped supplying oil to the Belarusian refineries due to differences in the price of raw materials.

In March, Ukrtransnafta unloaded three oil tankers for Belarus, which were sent to Mozyr Oil Refinery through the Odesa-Brody-Mozyr oil pipeline system.

Earlier it was reported that Rosneft had sold its assets in Venezuela.

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