The first batch of Libyan oil has arrived in Ukraine

81.282 thousand tons of oil from Libya were unloaded in the port of Odesa. It is reported by the press service of Odessa Sea Port.

“The geography of deliveries through Odesa port of crude oil to Ukraine was expanded by the Prometheus Energy tanker (length - 250 m, flag - Marshall Islands)... According to the information of the main dispatch office of Odesa branch of Seaports of Ukraine State Administration, the vessel delivered 81282 tons of fuel from the Libyan port of Az-Zaviya. Processing the tanker at berth 2H took 41 hours with a standard of 38 hours”, the website said.

The administration said that a tanker with Azerbaijani oil is also expected this month.

Libya became the ninth country to supply a batch of oil to the Ukrainian market. Prior to this, the last 20 years, the port of Odessa has been loaded with transit and imported oil of origin from at least 8 countries of the world – Russia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Iran, Iraq, Brazil, Venezuela and the USA.

Earlier it was reported that the first tanker with Libyan oil for Kremenchuk refinery would arrive in Odesa. Traders report that the seller is an international trader BP.

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

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