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The transit of Russian oil from Belarus to Ukraine has been suspended due to the lack of free tankers in Ukraine that could store contaminated oil, reported the press service of the Belneftekhim Concern.
The oil routes leading to Ukraine are unstable and pumping has been suspended due to the lack of free tankers in Ukraine that could pump “dirty” oil through the pipelines. According to the new schedule, pumping will resume on night of May 19-20,” the concern noted.
Belneftekhim also said …
The company, connected with the Russian oligarch Yevgeny Prigozhin (known as “Putin’s chef”) concluded an oil contract with Syria, reports news outlet Echo of Moscow with reference to the newspaper The Bell
According to media reports, Prigozhin’s company has been negotiating with the Syrian government since 2016.
The company in question is Euro Polis, which has negotiated with the Syrian government on the concession, protection and development of oil fields in the country since 2016.
Iran and the Russian Ministry of Energy signed a contract on the supply of Iranian oil to world markets through Promsyryeimport foreign trade organization belonging to the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation, as reported by Interfax.
According to the Iranian Minister of Oil, Bijan Namdar Zangeneh, the first oil tanker under this contract was sent in mid-November.
Russian Energy Minister, Alexander Novak, told Bloomberg that until the end of 2017, sales under this deal will be limited …
The first American oil tanker arrived in the Polish port of Gdansk. The vessel, Saint Helen delivered almost 80,000 tons of "black gold" from Texas, Polish Radio reports.
The Vice President of the Lotos Group, Yaroslav Kawula declared that so far, this is a one-time delivery, but "it is possible to sign urgent contracts to diversify the oil sector."
"We want to show that we can process raw oil at any time," he said.
The President of the Management Board of the Lotos Group, Marcin Jastrzebski, …
India refused Rosneft's offer to buy five additional oilfields in the Vankor cluster (Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia), reported Indian newspaper The Economic Times citing sources familiar with the negotiations.
"We do not want to put all of our eggs in one basket. Russia can continue to offer oil deposits, but we cannot accept all proposals," the source said. "We have invested enough in Russia, so, there is no need to close this deal urgently. There are other attractive opportunities for investment …
"Belarusian refineries process our raw oil. There is no other oil there and it is unlikely to appear, that is why we need to align their receiving our oil with the requirement of using our infrastructure," as said by President Vladimir Putin at a meeting on transport infrastructure development for the northwest Russia which was held on Wednesday, August 16th, in Kaliningrad, as reported by RIA Novosti.
Belarus has two oil refineries in Mozyr and Novopolotsk. Russia agreed to supply 24 million …
According to an agreement with the Syrian government, the Evro Polis Company connected to businessman Yevgeny Prigozhin, frees up oil facilities in Syria and receives income from the sale of oil, Fontanka online reports.
According to the news portal, in December 2016, Evro Polis signed a memorandum with Syria. In five years, it must recover oil facilities from ISIS and protect them. For this, it will receive twenty-five percent of all oil and gas extracted there. In addition, the Syrian …
“We have a dangerous dependence, even if it is with a friendly country. We receive 95% of our energy resources from there,” Semashko said to journalists in Minsk on Tuesday.
He stressed that the Republic is building BelAES (the nuclear power plant) to avoid this dependence.
Semashko expressed his confidence that there would be a significant increase in prices for natural gas in the near future. Before this happens, the nuclear power plant will be operational and Belarus will be insured …
Belarusian authorities have filed a lawsuit against Russia due to the reduction in oil supplies to the country.
"The controversy was initially on gas only, but they [Russia] began to cut oil supplies. Of course, we appealed to the court to uphold our agreements," Alexander Lukashenko said on Friday, February 3.
The Belarusian leader has regarded the oil and gas dispute between Moscow and Minsk as a mockery. "Some kind of a foot-dragging has already begun. Yesterday they agreed to work …
The President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, ordered the state to replace Russian oil supplies with alternate suppliers, as was reported on Friday, 20 January, by BelTa.
It is noted that the order was given against the background of a reduction in Russian oil supplies to Belarus.
“There is no catastrophe, but reduced Russian oil supplies should be replaced with alternative sources,” the head of the country stated. According to him, new routes have been not only worked out, but also tested. …