Belokamenka storage tanker increases oil reloading

Publish date: September 4, 2006

Belokamenka storage tanker, located in the Kola Bay, plans to export about 350,000 of raw oil per month from September to December this year.

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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