Russian Ministry of Energy calls the volume of fuel exports “gray” 01:54

Nikolai Shulginov, head of the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation, said that his department estimates the volume of exports of “gray” fuel from Russia since the beginning of this year at several million tons. RIA News.

According to him, those who buy gasoline at the domestic market price, taking into account the shock absorber, try to earn extra money from such exports and sell it to exports at a higher price. As the Minister stated, “grey” exports need to be limited.

“A relevant document will appear in the near future. Details are currently being worked out to ensure that this step is most effective,” Shulginov said.

He stated that all options are being evaluated to limit the export of “gray” fuel oil, but the priority is to establish a list of authorized exporters of product manufacturers and suppliers to the domestic market.

Before reportedThat the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation may impose a temporary ban on fuel exports from the country.

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Source: Gazeta


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