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Kazakh crude oil heads for Poland

Publication date: 2017-11-27

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Kazakh crude oil heads for Poland

The Front Castor left the Novorossiysk CPC Offshore Marine Terminal on November 14th with what is most probably the first crude oil sea shipment from Kazakhstan to Poland.

The 109 thou. dwt Aframax-class tanker - 251.84 m long, 44 m wide, with a draft of 14.87 m - will unload at the Port of Gdańsk's Naftoport most likely at the beginning of December.

After unloading, the crude oil will be transported to the buyer, the Polish state-owned PKN Orlen oil refiner and petrol retailer, which will use it in its refinery located in Płock in Central Poland.

Source: PortalMorski.pl

Naftoport (photo: Port of Gdańsk/Kacper Kowalski)

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