Ukrtransnafta, the Ukrainian gas and oil pipeline operator confirmed that the intake of the Russian oil at Mozyr station in Belarus resumed. The company reported that Tuesday.
Feneslitke station in Hungary confirmed it is ready to receive the cargo. As of 10.38 a.m. May 21, the raw oil transit to Hungary has been restored.
Another attempt was made to re-boot the transit, but it failed due to technical reasons.
“Transit pumping towards Ukraine is irregular and for now they are suspended as there are no reservoirs on the Ukrainian territory for pumping of “dirty” oil in the pipeline,” the company informs.
“According to the new schedule of pumping, its restoration is scheduled on the night on May 19 to May 20,” the message reads.
Oil transit toward Poland is not carried out.
Earlier, Belarus has temporarily stopped the export of the light oil products to Ukraine, Poland, and the Baltic States. The reason was the supply of the poor-quality oil from the Russian Federation.