Fire hits oil terminal, tanker in Venezuela

Sep 17 2022


A fire erupted at an oil terminal in Venezuela when a hose used for supplying gasoline to a tanker broke lose

CARACAS, Sept 17 (Reuters) - A fire erupted on Saturday at an oil terminal in Venezuela when a hose used for supplying gasoline to a tanker broke lose, the country's oil minister Tareck El Aissami said.

 

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