Belokamenka storage tanker increases oil reloading

Publish date: September 4, 2006

This year Belokamenka plans to export about 3.5 – 4 million tons of oil. The tanker’s export was 3.35 million of oil in 2005, Reuters reported with reference to a representative of the tanker. 75 % of the terminal’s reloading is oil of Rosneft company; another 25 % belongs to oil of LUKoil.

The terminal has reloaded 2.3 million tons of oil since January 2006, which stands for reloading amount of the same period in 2005.

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