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June schedule for Azerbaijani oil transportation from Novorossiysk port

Oil&Gas Materials 9 June 2014 13:43 (UTC +04:00)
In June, 2014, the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR) will load a total volume of 85,000 tonnes of oil from the Russian port of Novorossiysk. Oil from Novorossiysk will be shipped in one batch.

Baku, Azerbaijan, June 9
By Emil Ismayilov - Trend:

In June, 2014, the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR) will load a total volume of 85,000 tonnes of oil from the Russian port of Novorossiysk. Oil from Novorossiysk will be shipped in one batch.

In total, around 2.68 million tonnes of oil will be shipped from Novorossiysk in June.

SOCAR is shipping oil from its own fields, as well as oil from joint ventures and operating companies working in the onshore fields of Azerbaijan through Novorossiysk. The oil is delivered to the port via the Baku-Novorossiysk pipeline.

SOCAR exported 1.75 million tonnes of oil through the northern Baku-Novorossiysk pipeline in 2013 compared to 2.06 million tonnes in 2012.

Earlier, the Russian side decided to terminate the intergovernmental agreement on the oil supply via the Baku-Novorossiysk pipeline. Nevertheless, there is an opportunity for further negotiations on the pipeline, particularly in the reverse direction, with the Russian side.

Pumping of Azerbaijani oil via Baku-Novorossiysk pipeline has been ceased since February. However, SOCAR and Russian Transneft have recently signed a new agreement on oil transportation via the Baku-Novorossiysk pipeline. This allowed to resume pumping.

SOCAR has been an operator of the Baku-Novorossiysk pipeline since 2008. It obtained this function from the Azerbaijan International Operating Company (led by BP).

The following schedule of oil transportation from the port of Novorossiysk in June was delivered to Trend by Energy Intelligence Group agency.

Position

Berth 1

Date

Holder of position

Volume (thousand tonnes)

1.

01-02

Rosneft

140

2.

04-05

Tatneft

140

3.

08-09

Rosneft

140

4.

11-12

Bashneft

140

5.

15-16

Surgutneftegas

135

6.

19-20

Kaztransoil (Samara-Novorossyisk) - 30

145

Kaztransoil (Makhachkala-Novorossyisk) - 115

7.

22-23

Gazprom Neft

140

8.

25-26

Lukoil

140

9.

29-30

Kaztransoil (Samara-Novorossyisk) - 90

145

Kaztransoil (Makhachkala-Novorossyisk) - 55

Berth 2

1.

01-02

Lukoil

80

2.

02-03

Rosneft

80

3.

05-06

Kaztransoil (Samara-Novorossyisk)

80

4.

06-07

Lukoil

80

5.

07-08

Rosneft

80

6.

09-10

Lukoil

80

7.

12-13

Kaztransoil (Samara-Novorossyisk)

80

8.

13-14

Rosneft

80

9.

14-15

Lukoil

80

10.

17-18

Rosneft

80

11.

18-19

Kaztransoil (Samara-Novorossyisk)

80

12.

20-21

Independent producers

85

13.

23-24

Socar (Siberian Light)

85

14.

24-25

Kaztransoil (Samara-Novorossyisk)

80

15.

26-27

Independent producers

85

16.

27-28

Rosneft

80

17.

29-30

Lukoil (Siberian Light)

80

In total in June

2680

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