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SUMED serves the VLCCs and ULCCs not able to pass via the Suez Canal loaded.
He said that Egypt has agreed to let Iranian tankers resume oil shipments through SuMed pipeline to supply customers in Europe and the Mediterranean Sea region.
With his exten- sive knowledge of mobile at MediaMonks HQ, he is an excellent person to run the Middle East region where the majority of content is con- sumed on a mobile device."
The Suez Canal and SUMED Pipeline in Egypt are strategic routes for Arabian Gulf oil and natural gas shipments to Europe and North America.
July's shipments also included a cargo that appeared to have gone into Egypt's Sumed pipeline, the source said.A second source said exports slipped by 100,000 bpd in July month-on-month."We're seeing Iranian exports down from June.
The crisis in Egypt has stoked supply worries as the country is home to the Suez Canal and the Sumed pipeline, which together carry around 4.5 million barrels per day of oil between the Red Sea and the Mediterranean.
"There is still some concern about supplies passing through the Suez Canal and Sumed Pipeline," he said.
after the recent gains." He added: "Egypt pretty much remains in focus, and traders seem to have priced in a further escalation of the current unrest." The crisis in Egypt in the wake of last week's military coup has worried investors, who fear a disruption in supplies through the Suez Canal and the Sumed Pipeline, which together carry almost three million barrels a day.
"More than 2 million barrels of crude oil are transported each day through the Suez Canal and the neighboring Sumed pipeline," said analysts at Commerzbank in Frankfurt.
Now those storage tanks are bulging at Sidi Kerir-the terminus of the Sumed pipeline that transports Iranian, Saudi, Iraqi and Egyptian oil from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean.
Iranian oil is transported through pipelines owned by Egyptian SUMED firm, the paper says.
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.