PFG prevents NOC tanker from loading crude oil at Es Sider oil port

Jul 09 2020


On 8 July 2020, NOC attempted a technical process to load the very large crude oil tanker Delta Ocean at Es Sider oil port. Regrettably, the Petroleum Facilities Guard did not allow the tanker to enter the port.

“NOC is ready to restart oil exports immediately,” said NOC Chairman Eng Mustafa Sanalla. "NOC reaffirms its call for all Libyan parties to facilitate its work, in line with the clear Libyan and international consensus that the NOC should lift force majeure and resume its vital mission. The NOC is consulting with all parties to find a way forward that will ensure the safety of NOC facilities and personnel”.

 



Related News

Sandy Hook pilot dies after fall while boarding oil tanker

(Oct 08 2020)

Sandy Hook pilot fell while boarding Eagle Turin at the entrance to New York Harbor.



Hafnia and NW innovation works announce new partnership

(Sep 17 2020)

Northwest innovation works announces Hafnia’s investment in methanol export plant at the Port of Kalama in Washington, USA.



Huge tanker crashed into MoD vessel at Falmouth Docks

(Sep 03 2020)

A large tanker collided with a Ministry of Defence vessel at Falmouth Docks. A&P Falmouth, the company that owns the dockyard, said minimal damage was caused during the incident.



Chemical tanker PortNews launched in Astrakhan

(Aug 27 2020)

Astrakhan Shipbuilding Production Association launched the lead chemical tanker of Project 00216M on 26 August 2020.



Second tanker delivers American oil for Belarus to Klaipeda port

(Aug 13 2020)

The second tanker ship carrying American oil for Belarus has arrived in the port of Klaipeda, BelTA learned from Aleksandr Tishchenko, Press Secretary of the Belarusian state petrochemical concern Belneftekhim, on 9 August.



October 2020

Seafarer morale and safety - Neste and vessel performance - Maersk''s ZeroNorth