Article From Offshore Engineer Magazine: Venezuela, FSO Nabarima Finally Offloads Crude, Paving Way for Offshore Field Output Restart

A floating facility off the Venezuelan coast has finished offloading crude stored in it for the past two years due to U.S. sanctions, paving the way for output to resume in an oilfield, an official of the facility’s operator said on Thursday.

Operations to remove crude from the Nabarima floating storage and offloading facility (FSO), anchored in the eastern Gulf of Paria near the maritime border with Trinidad and Tobago, started in December. The crude had been stored there since 2019 when the United States imposed sanctions on Venezuela.

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