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UPDATE 1-Belarus imports seaborne cargoes of Russian oil via the sea in blow to Moscow

Thu 20th February, 2020 4:00pm
* Russian oil companies suspended deliveries on Jan. 1
    * Kremlin aide in talks on dispute on Thursday

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    MINSK/MOSCOW, Feb 20 (Reuters) - Belarus will import 160,000
tonnes of Russian oil via the sea in March as Minsk and Moscow
keep arguing about pipeline oil delivery terms for 2020, the
state-owned Belneftekhim said on Thursday.
     Belarus will receive two cargoes of Russian crude oil,
80,000 tonnes each, via Lithuania's Klaipeda port both
offloading in March, Belneftekhim said.
    "We bought Russian oil from traders," a Belneftekhim
spokesman said. He didn't specify the crude oil grade the
company bought, but Belarus refineries normally run Urals.
    Belarus imported 80,000 tonnes of crude from Norway's Johan
Sverdrup field via Lithuania's Klaipeda port in January to
reduce dependence on Russian oil supplies. urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nL8N29P3QR
    Major Russian oil companies - Rosneft  ROSN.MM , Lukoil
 LKOH.MM , Surgutneftegaz  SNGS.MM , Gazpromneft  SIBN.MM  and
Tatneft  TATN.MM  - have suspended pipeline oil supplies to
Belarus since Jan. 1, 2020 as they disagreed on delivery terms.
    Safmar Group companies, Russneft  RNFT.MM  and Neftisa,
remain the only suppliers of Russian oil to Belarus.
    Kremlin aide Dmitry Kozak, the deputy head of the
presidential administration, is meeting Russian oil company
representatives on Thursday to discuss oil deliveries.

 (Reporting by Andrei Makhovsky, Gleb Gorodyankin, Olga Yagova;
editing by David Evans and Barbara Lewis)
 ((Gleb.Gorodyankin@thomsonreuters.com; +7 495 775 12 42;
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