MOL Signs Crude Delivery Contract With Croatia's Janaf
Croatian crude pipeline operator Janaf on Monday said it signed a contract for the delivery of half a million tonnes of oil with Hungary's MOL, according to a report by state news wire MTI.
The contract, valid until the end of March 2023, is for the delivery of crude between Omisalj, on the Croatian coast, and Gola, on the border with Hungary.
MOL's main refinery in Hungary, south of the capital, has a refining capacity of 8.1 million tonnes per year, the report notes.
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