About 130,000 tons of Iranian crude oil has been unloaded at the Polish port of Gdansk. The crude oil was delivered by the Vilamoura tanker, the port authority announced.
The ship left the Iranian port of Kharg in late December and arrived in Gdansk on Monday, 23 January. The unloading of the tanker was completed on Tuesday morning.
The next consignment of crude oil from Iran will be delivered in the near future by the Atlantas tanker. The exact date of delivery has not been announced. The Atlantas ship visited Gdansk in summer 2016, when it delivered the first consignment of 200,000 tons of Iranian crude oil to Poland.
As reported, the crude oil is delivered to the Polish oil refining group Lotos. In total, 2 million tons of crude oil will be delivered from Iran to Poland.