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BP replaced Alaska's oil with Russian's
14.01.2011 15:54
BP replaced Alaska's oil with Russian's

The British BP company has contracted tanker Nelga Spirit with Russian oil from the pipeline "Eastern Siberia Pacific Ocean" to supply U.S. with fuel.
      The tanker will take 100 000 tons of oil at the Kozmino terminal and will depart from Russian port on January, 20.
      The Britain company decided to buy Russian oil becouse of the accident on the Trans-Alaska oil pipeline on January, 8. The pipeline produced about 15% of oil in the United States.
       "Eastern Siberia Pacific Ocean" oil pipeline that started to work last year, supplies Siberian oil consumers in East Asia and other countries in the Pacific. The oil delivery from "Eastern Siberia Pacific Ocean" goes to the U.S. for the first time.
Author: Ksenia Dzhalagonia


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