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Russian oil: back to Europe
11.01.2007 12:10
Russian oil: back to Europe

Russian oil supplies to Europe have been resumed, reported the Polish operator of the Druzhba pipeline PERN Prziyazn. Russian oil appeared in Poland at about 9.30 p.m. local time; oil in the pipeline was detected in Adamovo, which is the first oil point at the territory of Poland. According to the vice-president of Transneft, transit duty claimed by the Byelorussian party was abolished yesterday evening. The company intends to start oil transit via the Druzhba pipeline, as soon as Byelorussia gives 79 thousand tons of oil back to the pipeline. The process may take about 8 hours and only then Transneft is going to begin transporting oil.


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