Venezuelan oil can stop the plant in Mazheykyai

Society Klaypedki terminal, 70% of which is controlled by the Lithuanian government plans to get oil from Venezuela for Belarus.

It is planned to receive monthly to 160 tons. And it's almost more than lyagistychnyya enterprise features, reports DELFI.

The Lithuanian government gives the palm of Venezuelan oil, and shipments to Mazeikiai plant, run by the Polish concern Orlen, will be severely limited. As a result of these changes, the terminal can not meet its obligations to the Lithuanian plant.
The plant is dependent on Klyaypedkaga port through it, he gets a raw material.

This dependence has become more serious after, as "Lithuanian Railways" abolished the direct line to Latvia, so the plant has lost another potential route. Alternative routes through Latvia and Estonia are much more expensive.

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