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UAE Oil Exports Boosted as Fujairah Loads Again After Flood

  • Supertanker calls at Fujairah terminal following two-week gap
  • Oil still flowing to alternative loading point at Jebel Dhanna
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Crude oil and condensate exports from the UAE are set to gain traction as shipments out of Fujairah’s off-shore export terminals resume after a hiatus of more than two weeks caused by heavy rains and flooding.

“Loading operations have partially recommenced at Fujairah Main Oil Terminal and reinstatement activities continue,” Adnoc Onshore said in a statement Wednesday. The company continues to use alternative loading points at Fujairah and Jebel Dhanna to export oil, it added. Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. diverted crude to Jebel Dhanna in the Persian Gulf after disruption caused by flooding.