Trading company "Ultramarine Trading" on Tuesday expects delivery of 3.25 thousand tons of diesel fuel to the terminal "Agro-Class" in the Azov port of Berdyansk (Zaporozhye region, Ukraine), reports the publication Argus Oil products of Ukraine with reference to market participants.
Last time, sea shipments of diesel fuel were shipped to Berdyansk in September 2013.
Oil products will arrive at the Agro-Class terminal for the first time. Previously, its capacities were used for shipments of sunflower oil. After the reconstruction carried out by the operator of the Ultramarine Trading complex, the terminal can accept vessels with a volume of 5-7 thousand tons and store up to 9 thousand tons of petroleum products with subsequent transshipment to rail and road transport.
Indian diesel fuel of the fifth class with the maximum filtered temperature (PTF) minus 22 ° C will be delivered to Berdyansk on the Marine Chemist tanker (deadweight - 3.5 thousand tons). The product was shipped through the trading company AGTG from the complex of the trading company Opet in the port of Marmara Ereglisi (Turkey), where the fuel produced by Reliance Industries, the operator of the refinery in Jamnagar (India), is being reloaded.