Hungarian oil and gas company MOL Nyrt said on Tuesday that it has experienced disruptions in the supply of diesel fuel flowing through a pipeline from Russia via Ukraine. The company, which replied by email to questions posed by The Wall Street Journal, didn’t disclose the nature of the disruption. MOL said only that its “Russian partner fulfills its long-term contractual obligations.” Ownership of the diesel pipeline, however, has been in dispute between Ukraine and Moscow, as Kiev considers the Russian pipeline as Ukrainian property, a source close to the matter outside MOL said. MOL also imports crude oil from Russia via Ukraine, but the company said it hasn’t suffered disruptions so far and “hoped there won’t be any in the future.” MOL also said its refineries could be supplied with crude oil via an Adriatic pipeline, if necessary. Energy issues have been in the forefront in the bitter […]