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Belarus starts delivering oil products to Russian seaports

Over 9.8 million tonnes of cargoes are expected to be transshipped in 2021-2023

Belarus starts delivering oil products to Russian seaports

Minsk, March 9 - Neftegaz.RU. Belarus has started delivering its oil products to Russian seaports, BelTA learned.
The shipper is the Mozyr oil refinery.

The statement  of the Russian Ministry of Transport reads:
  • On 5 March, more than 5,000 tonnes of Belarusian gasoline were shipped in several trains for transshipment at the terminal of Portenergo, the seaport of Ust-Luga
  • The 1st of these trains arrived in the Russian Federation at 9am on 6 March
  • It is expected to arrive at the Portenergo terminal on 9 March
The Russian Ministry of Transport also said that on 6 March a batch of fuel oil of the total volume of 3,600 tonnes was shipped from the Mozyr oil refinery to Petersburg Oil Terminal, the sea port of St. Petersburg.

Leningrad Oblast Governor Aleksandr Drozdenko noted:
  • Leningrad Oblast reaffirms its status of one of the main economic partners of Belarus
  • Our seaport facilities are fully prepared for further receipt of Belarusian oil transit
The shipment took place in accordance with the intergovernmental agreement signed on 19 February to handle Belarusian oil products through Russian seaports.
The document was signed by Transport and Communications Minister Aleksei Avramenko and Russian Minister of Transport Vitaly Savelyev.

The agreement provides for the transshipment of over 9.8 million tonnes of cargo in 2021-2023.
This includes fuel oil, gasoline, gasoil and oil.
The document provides for the conclusion of contracts on a take-or-pay basis.
The port in Ust-Luga has been chosen as the main point of delivery of light oil products.

Source : Neftegaz.RU

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