Gasoline ship arrives at Hodeida port

Publish December 31, 2020
oil and gas

SANA'A, Dec. 30 (Saba) - The Yemeni Oil Company (YOC) has announced that the oil vessel 'Miura' carrying 14,299 tons of gasoline arrived at the port of Hodeida.

The vessel docked on Tuesday has been detained by the aggression coalition for 260 days, which caused a delay fine amounted to $3.9 million on the vessel, according to the YOC.

The company confirmed that the aggression coalition is still holding 9 oil ships, some for over 260 days although they have been inspected and got UN permits.


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