Tankers of the Primorsk Shipping Corporation take part in delivery of fuel to remote ports and port points of Russian Far East. Yuri Godlevsky, Head of PRISCO Chartering division reported m/t “Svobodny” of 3,000 tons dwt. has delivered to port points Korph and Pakhachi more than 1,500 tons of oil products including diesel oil, kerosine oil, petroleum. In spite of difficult weather conditions, strong wind and low temperatures fuel is being discharged according to the schedule. Crew of Master V.A. Yanovich is discharging oil products from tanker to two 100 tons pontoons, which will deliver fuel ashore. Ossora is the next port point. One more small-tonnage PRISCO tanker “Roschino” is going to port Magadan with oil products aboard. Tanker “Belogorsk” has finished supply of Vityaz Marine Terminal with fuel and come back to Nakhodka. M/t “Angarsk” which has been transporting fuel to Sakhalin ports and port points for the last six months is under loading in Nakhodka. Korsakov is it’s next destination point where m/t “Angarsk” will deliver 2,500 tons of different oil products. Relatively warm weather in the south of Russian Far East has allowed large-tonnage PRISCO tankers “Primorye” of 105,000 tons dwt. and “Azija” of 40,000 tons dwt. to continue transportation of Sakhalin oil in December. M/t “Azija” is going from De-Kastri to South Korea port Yosu, “Primorye” is under loading at Vityaz Marine Terminal.