Large Oil Vessel Anchors in Iran's Chabahar Port

Large Oil Vessel Anchors in Chabahar Large Oil Vessel Anchors in Chabahar

A large crude carrier with a capacity of 50 million liters of diesel has docked at Chabahar’s Oil Terminal on the Sea of Oman, a senior official at the National Iranian Oil Production and Distribution Company said.
“The giant tanker, which has berthed at Pier 5 of Shahid Beheshti Port, is the largest crude vessel entering Chabahar ever,” Shahram Rezaei, NIOPDC’s director for planning, was quoted as saying by Shana. The official added that Pier 5 has been built in line with the government’s push to boost the southern ports’ operational oil capacity. Rezaei noted that the loading infrastructure at Pier 5 has a higher capacity compared with that of Pier 2, which was formerly used for berthing oil tankers.         


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