Belneftekhim expects Azerbaijani oil to arrive in Odessa by 1 July
11:20 24 Июня’20

The Belarusian state petrochemical concern Belneftekhim expects another tanker with Azerbaijani oil to arrive at the Port of Odessa by the end of June. The tanker will deliver oil from the State Oil Company of the Azerbaijan Republic (SOCAR), BelTA learned from Aleksandr Tishchenko, Press Secretary of Belneftekhim, on 24 June.

“This is a scheduled delivery. By the end of the month the tanker is expected to reach the Port of Odessa,” Aleksandr Tishchenko said.

He confirmed that the tanker will bring 85,000-90,000 tonnes of oil. “The oil will reach Mozyr Oil Refinery on 10-15 July,” he added.

When asked about other tanker deliveries, Aleksandr Tishchenko said: “Work is in progress”.

Ibrahim Ahmadov, Deputy Head of Public Relations at SOCAR, told the Interfax-Azerbaijan news agency, that the company has plans to ship a batch of oil for Belarus from the Port of Supsa (Georgia) on 25-26 June.

In March-April SOCAR Trading (SOCAR subsidiary) sent four tankers with about 335,000 tonnes of oil for Belarus through the Port of Odessa and the Odessa-Brody pipeline. The oil was meant for Mozyr Oil Refinery. Three tankers with a total amount of about 250,000 tonnes of oil were sent in March and one batch of 85,000 tonnes of oil was shipped in April.

Belneftekhim Chairman Andrei Rybakov was quoted as saying that SOCAR may deliver up to 1 million tonnes of oil to Belarus in 2020.

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