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In Mongolia, a political subdivision equivalent to a county.
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We believe that any disruptions to the Sumed pipeline will have greater consequences for tanker shipping than a closure of the canal," said Sverre Svenning, director of research at broker Fearnleys.
Destination of Sumed Oil Exports: Predominantly Europe; also U.
Exporting from Sumed will allow shipping of between 550,000 and 600,000 barrels per vessel, which enhances the economic feasibility of exports and allows Egypt to export at better prices.
SUEZ CANAL/SUMED PIPELINE The Suez Canal and Sumed Pipeline are strategic routes for Arabian Gulf oil and gas shipments to Europe and North America.
Any threat to the Suez Canal or the Sumed pipeline, no matter how remote, will cause an immediate and disproportionate reaction in oil prices.
Sidi Kerir on the Mediterranean coast is connected by the Sumed pipeline to the Ain Sukhna terminal on the Gulf of Suez, bringing oil from Iran, Saudi Arabia and Egypt to European markets.
Of those still visible, a fully loaded Iranian very large crude carrier (VLCC) called the MT Nabi was heading north on Sunday in the Red Sea towards the off-loading port for the Sumed pipeline, which crosses Egypt carrying oil from the Gulf to the Mediterranean.
Analysts from Lloyd's List Intelligence noted that the Gulf of Suez port was a terminal for the SuMed pipeline, feeding oil north to the Mediterranean.
And thus despite protests spreading to the city of Suez over the last few days, oil transit through the Suez Canal and the Sumed pipeline, both guarded by the military, remain unaffected.
Luberef, SUMED and Saudi AramcoInvestment Management Co.
In May 1993, Fahmi was promoted to a board member and EGPC vice chairman for planning and projects - succeeding Hazem Hammad, who then became undersecretary at the Petroleum Ministry and in early April 1996 was made chairman of the Sumed crude oil pipeline venture.
Even some vessels small enough to pass through the canal have been deterred by tolls that can soar to more than $500,000 for a round-trip journey, leading tankers to turn to the Sumed pipeline, which opened in 1975, and causing some ships to send their cargo over the land route across Israel from the port of Eilat.