Norwegian crude oil arrives in Belarus


The first batch of Norwegian oil shipped via the Lithuanian seaport of Klaipeda and transported by rail has reached the Naftan refinery. 59 railcars arrived in Navapolack on Sunday, reports the state news agency BELTA.

The first train has brought 3500 tons of Norwegian crude out of a total of 86 000 tons purchased by Belarus. It will take around two weeks to transport it from Lithuania to Belarusian refineries.


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