Source Pravda.Ru

Odessa oil terminal has new owner

The Medbroking SA company has become the new owner of the Odessa oil terminal, which is one of the largest oil transit facilities in Ukraine, a source said in an interview with RBC.

The oil terminal complex's capacity is 25m tons of oil per year. Some 14m tons of Russian and Kazakh oil is transported through the complex annually. Moreover, some 3m tons of Russian oil and 8m tons of furnace oil and diesel fuel from Russian and Ukrainian oil refineries are delivered annually to the complex by railroad.

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