Ceyhan

General information

Name:
Ceyhan
Country:
Turkey
UN/Locode:
TRCEY
Local time:
Moored Vessels:
20
Expected Vessels:
4
Berths:
1
Coordinates:
N 36° 52' E 035° 56'

Moored Vessels

Name
Type
Moored
Cargo Ship
17.02. 18:02
Tanker
17.02. 21:50
Cargo Ship
14.02. 09:16
Tanker
17.02. 23:07
Cargo Ship
13.02. 01:30
Cargo Ship
15.02. 14:49
Tanker
17.02. 23:36
Tugboat
18.02. 00:04
Unclassified
18.02. 00:11
Towing Vessel
17.02. 23:36

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Tanker
18.02. 20:00
Tanker
19.02. 01:01
Cargo Ship
21.02. 13:00
Tanker
24.02. 10:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Tanker
17.02. 23:21
Tanker
17.02. 19:06
Cargo Ship
17.02. 17:50
Tanker
17.02. 16:10
Cargo Ship
17.02. 12:15
Tanker
17.02. 09:42
Tanker
16.02. 19:22
Tanker
16.02. 09:03

Latest news

Turkey’s Ceyhan port moors first oil tanker in two days

Sat Oct 21 10:06:32 CEST 2017 arnekiel

21/10/2017 - The Turkish port of Ceyhan, the gateway for Kurdish crude oil exports, received late Thursday an empty 830,000-barrel tanker from Spain, the first to moor at the facility in two days, Kallanish Energy learns from TankerTrackers.com. The tanker-tracking group said earlier yesterday “given the high number of tankers out in Ceyhan’s anchorage, it seems Iraqi/KRG exports are on pause. Meanwhile, Azerbaijan picks up the pace.” Another shipping source told Kallanish Energy a second Greek-flagged tanker arrived at Ceyhan from Russia and was moored. He added a crude oil tanker, Liberia-flagged, arrived at the port Wednesday and departed a day later for Italy. TankerTrackers.com said Monday Kurdish oil exports out of Ceyhan totaled 558,768 barrels per day (BPD) since the independence referendum was held on Sept. 25. Greece took 28% of the exports, followed by Croatia, 15.71%, Israel, 15.45% and Italy. 14.86% of the exports. The remainder of the shipments left for Poland, Spain and Cyprus. Source: KallanishEnergy

Iraq Resumes Exporting Oil Via Turkey’s Ceyhan Port

Fri Aug 26 11:01:30 CEST 2016 arnekiel

Kirkuk oil fields are now in full operation and Iraq has therefore resumed pumping crude through a region controlled by Iraqi Kurdistan through a pipeline to Turkey. Prime Minister of Iraq Haider al-Abadi announced they would extract gas associated with oil to avoid damage to reservoirs. The use of the pipeline through Kurdistan resumed without explanation from Baghdad after Iraqi Kurdistan and Baghdad failed to come to an agreement on oil revenue sharing between the two regions. Prime Minster Abadi recently told media, ”we have to produce oil in order to get gas,this is a very old oil field, if this field does not produce oil, it can be degraded. So we were told to pump oil from Kirkuk to Ceyhan,” Source: Rebuilding Iraq

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