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Mitsui OSK Lines Ltd (9104.T)

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Tue, May 21 2019

Hungary's MOL will store some contaminated Russian oil

LONDON, May 21 Hungarian refining company MOL said on Tuesday that it will it start taking clean Russian oil later this week via a major pipeline after agreeing to store 100,000 tonnes of contaminated crude.

Ukraine suspends transit of Russian oil to EU due to MOL problems

KIEV, May 20 Ukraine's UkrTransNafta said that several hours after resuming transit of Russian oil to the European Union on Monday it had suspended it after Hungarian oil company MOL informed it about technical problems on their side.

Hungary's MOL receives Russian oil via Druzhba pipeline on test basis - sources

MOSCOW/LONDON, May 13 Hungarian energy company MOL has started to receive Russian oil via the Druzhba pipeline on a test basis at its Hungarian facility, two industry sources told Reuters on Monday.

Hungary's MOL stops accepting oil through Druzhba pipeline

BUDAPEST Hungarian energy group MOL has temporarily suspended accepting crude oil through the Druzhba pipeline, it said on Friday, adding, however, that the move did not affect its refineries.

UPDATE 1-Hungary's MOL stops accepting oil through Druzhba pipeline

BUDAPEST, April 26 Hungarian energy group MOL has temporarily suspended accepting crude oil through the Druzhba pipeline, it said on Friday, adding, however, that the move did not affect its refineries.

REFILE-Hungary's MOL stops accepting oil through Druzhba pipeline

BUDAPEST, April 26 Hungarian energy group MOL has temporarily suspended accepting crude oil through the Druzhba pipeline, it said on Friday, adding, however, that the move did not affect its refineries.

Hungary's MOL stops accepting oil through Druzhba pipeline

BUDAPEST, April 26 Hungarian energy group MOL has temporarily suspended accepting crude oil through the Druzhba pipeline, it said on Friday, adding, however, that the move did not affect its refineries.

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