Monday, June 13, 2016

Russian Port of Ust-Luga Loads 100 Million Tons of Oil Since 2011

The Russian port of Ust-Luga has loaded the 100 millionth ton of oil since the terminal opened in 2011, owner and oil pipeline operator Transneft said.

The thousandth oil tanker was loaded at the terminal this week, when the Greece-flagged crude tanker Delta Victory loaded 100,000 tons of oil, Transneft said in a statement June 6. The Baltic Sea terminal is also the outlet for refined oil products including jet fuel and naphtha and also for the crude that flows through the Baltic Pipeline system BPS-2.

Russia will suspend oil loadings from the ports of Primorsk and Ust-Luga due to a storm, Transneft was quoted as saying today.

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