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Ukrtransnafta restarts oil transfer to European clients via Druzhba pipeline

Devdiscourse News Desk | Updated: 11-05-2019 19:26 IST | Created: 11-05-2019 18:25 IST
Ukrtransnafta restarts oil transfer to European clients via Druzhba pipeline
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Ukraine's Ukrtransnafta said on Saturday it had resumed oil transfers to European clients via the Druzhba pipeline, lifting a suspension put in place due to quality concerns over Russian oil. "At 14:35 (11:35 GMT) Ukratransnafta restarted the transit of oil to European consumers using the Druzhba pipeline. This became possible, in essence, after specialists from Hungarian firm MOL conducted additional analyses of the oil currently held in the pipeline and confirmed their readiness to accept it," the statement said.



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