Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline delivers 3.3 bbl of oil

17/10/2019 09:57 Oil Market

news

Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) oil pipeline delivered 3.3 billion barrels of Azeri oil since it became operational in 2006, from Ceyhan marine terminal in the Adana province of southern Turkey to the international oil markets, according to data from Turkey's petroleum pipeline corporation BOTAS.

The oil delivered through the 1,776 kilometer-long BTC pipeline was loaded to more than 4,300 oil tankers in Haydar Aliyev marine terminal in Ceyhan near Adana, a southeastern coastal province, during the past 13 years to reach the global oil market.

 

While the highest oil delivery through the pipeline was made in 2010 with 286.2 million barrels, the lowest delivery was recorded in 2006 with 57.8 million barrels, according to BOTAS figures.

 

Since the beginning of this year, approximately 187.9 million barrels of oil were delivered through the BTC pipeline until Oct. 15, the data showed.

 

The BTC pipeline delivers Azeri light crude -- mainly from the Azeri-Chirag-Guneshli field -- through Georgia to Turkey's Mediterranean port of Ceyhan for further export via tankers.

Source: aa.com.tr

Equinor leads clean hydrogen plus CCS project in UK

07/07/2020 09:45:00

Norwegian state-controlled energy company Equinor ASA last week announced it is leading a project in the UK that combines hydrogen production and carbon capture and storage (CCS).

<READ MORE

Enagas and BP partner on LNG, CNG as fuel in Spain

07/07/2020 09:36:00

Enagas and a unit of BP have teamed up to promote the use of LNG and CNG as fuel for the transport sector in Spain as part of a move to reduce emissions.

READ MORE

EDF revises 2020 forecast for French nuclear output

07/07/2020 09:16:00

EDF is revising upwards its nuclear output estimate in France for 2020, to around 315-325 terawatt-hours. In April, the French state-owned utility said it expected generation this year to be about 300 TWh, down from an initial expectation of 375-390 TWh before the coronavirus outbreak.

READ MORE