UKRAINE plans to build a tanker terminal at the Black Sea port of Odessa capable of handling 240,000 b/d of crude for delivery to the republic's underutilized refineries. The project's first phase is to be placed in operation during 1994. Ukraine's State Committee for Oil and Gas will offer a tender for rights to build the first of these unloading facilities. Financing will be obtained from foreign credits or from government guaranteed investments. INDIA

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