The first tanker with Libyan oil will arrive to Odesa

Prometheus Energy tanker from Libya will arrive to the port of Odesa on November 9 with 88.5 thousand tons of crude oil for Kremenchuл refinery (Ukrtatnafta company). This was reported by traders specializing in tanker supplies, Enkorr reports.

At the end of October, the vessel was loaded at the Libyan terminal of Az-Zawiya, and now the tanker is awaiting a passage through the Bosphorus. This is the first batch of Libyan oil to enter the Ukrainian market.

Traders report that the seller is BP, an international trader who previously arranged the delivery to the Kremenchuk refinery of three spot batches of American Bakken grade oil up to 250 thousand.

Recall that in August a tanker from Bulgaria delivered raw materials to Karpatnaftochim by sea. Since June of this year, Karpatnaftochim stopped importing straight-run gasoline from Russia, which used to be the main source of raw material supplies.

Earlier it was reported that Karpatnaftochim resumed work after a fire.

Tags: The Cabinet of Ministers, contracts, oil, hydrocarbon production, legislation, energy market, добыча нефти, Oil refinery plant, foreign affairs, oil transit

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