Curacao seizes PDVSA oil terminal in Dutch Caribbean over dispute

March 20 (Reuters) – Curacao state-owned oil refinery Refineria di Korsou (RdK) on Friday seized an oil storage terminal on the Dutch Caribbean island of Bonaire over a payment dispute with Venezuela’s state-run PDVSA oil firm, a RdK official said in a video statement.

Curacao will seek Dutch court approvals to sell Bonaire Petroleum Corp (BOPEC) and its 10-million barrel storage terminal if no payments are received, said Marcelino de Lannoy, managing director of RdK. (Reporting by Gary McWilliams; editing by Diane Craft)

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