Tankers Unable to Offload in Port Dickson, Malaysia
Malaysia's west coast currently became unable to receive crude oil after a port facility that carries crude from the ships to the plants broke down.
Malaysian refinery operatırs announced that system known as a single point mooring (SPM) unit, a loading buoy anchored offshore that allows tankers to offload their crude via pipeline to the refineries.
Malaysia Refining & Marketing Bhd (PMRMB) confirmed that its Port Dickson refinery cannot receive crude oil to produce refined products due to an SPM problem.
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