The first batch of WTI arrived to Odesa port

The first batch of WTI arrived to Odesa port for the needs of Kremenchuk refinery, Interfax-Ukraine reports.

In the evening, May 20, UMLMA tanker delivered 76.43 thousand tons of West Texas Intermediate (WTI) oil to Ukraine.

According to the port administration, the transnational oil and gas company BP acted as seller and charterer of the vessel, and the dispatch port was NEDERLAND TEXAS.

This is the first batch of WTI oil. Earlier, only Bakken oil was supplied to Ukraine from the USA, the report says.

As reported, on March 25 received the port of Odesa received 80.5 thousand tons of American oil, which was delivered on March 25 by the tanker Minerva Kythnos. In addition, in 2019, three batches of oil products from the United States, with a total volume of 231.5 thousand tons, were sent through the Odesa oil terminal to Kremenchuk.

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