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Kurdish crude oil cargo sitting unclaimed off Morocco

United Leadership, the vessel carrying the first cargo of Kurdish pipeline crude to load out of the Turkish port of Ceyhan, has moved further away from the coast of Morocco over the last two days after being turned away from the port of Mohammedia, sources said. 

Kurdish crude oil cargo sitting unclaimed off Morocco

United Leadership, the vessel carrying the first cargo of Kurdish pipeline crude to load out of the Turkish port of Ceyhan, has moved further away from the coast of Morocco over the last two days after being turned away from the port of Mohammedia, sources said. 

Kurdish crude oil cargo sitting unclaimed off Morocco
06 June 2014 - 08:26

Kurdish crude oil cargo sitting unclaimed off  Morocco
United Leadership, the vessel carrying the first cargo of Kurdish pipeline crude to load out of the Turkish port of Ceyhan, has moved further away from the coast of Morocco over the last two days after being turned away from the port of Mohammedia, sources said. 
According to Platts ship-tracking software c-Flow, the vessel is currently laden and stationary off of the coast of Morocco and awaiting orders. 
It had been moving towards Mohammedia earlier this week, and there was speculation that it was planning to offload its cargo at the 200,000 b/d Mohammedia refinery, owned by Samir. However, shipping source said the vessel never actually docked at the port to offload and was turned away. 
“She has left for orders, and we don’t know her destination,” a port agent said. “We don’t know her destination, but she was not accepted here by the refinery.”

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