Oil terminal reopens in Turkey


The oil terminal of the port of Ceyhan in Turkey, which had previously suspended work after the earthquakes, resumed loading oil onto tankers. This was announced on February 12 by the press service of BP Azerbaijan.

It is noted that the shipment of Azerbaijani oil, delivered to the port via the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline, has been resumed. Earlier it was reported that after the earthquake on February 6, an oil leak was discovered in the port at one of the oil berths.

It should be noted that the port of Ceyhan is located 155 kilometers from the epicenter of the devastating earthquakes that occurred in Turkey.

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