Adnoc advances tanker fleet expansion

Jun 03 2021


Abu Dhabi's state-owned energy giant Adnoc plans to expand its tanker fleet by nearly a fifth over the next four years to help accommodate the emirate's upstream and downstream output growth.

 

 

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