Kazakhstan plans to increase gasoline purchases from Russia 16:40

Kazakhstan is negotiating with Russia to increase gasoline supplies to the republic almost 3-fold from the current 40 thousand tons to 110 thousand tons in 2023. This was reported by Interfax» Referring to Kazakhstan Deputy Minister of Energy Erlan Akkenzhenov.

According to him, this decision concerns the repairs of the largest oil refinery in Atyrau, which are planned to be carried out from October 1 to November 3. In October, Kazakhstan is expected to buy approximately 15 thousand tons of gasoline from Russia to compensate for the idle refinery. However, the official believes that there may be no need for supplies in November-December.

He stated that gasoline purchases from the Russian Federation are only indicative and will be corrected after the Atyrau plant is out of repair.

Last week the Russian government prohibited Exports of gasoline and diesel to stabilize prices in the domestic market. The Council of Ministers continues its work prepare New measures to stabilize the market.

Previously gasoline and diesel were sharply price dropped On the stock exchange after export restrictions.

Source: Gazeta


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