BNK resumes fuel supplies to Ukraine

02.05.2019 y. News

The Belarusian Oil Company (BNK) resumes deliveries of diesel fuel, gasoline and jet fuel in Ukraine, the company said.

“Today, shipments of light petroleum products began in Ukraine in volumes proportional to the commitments formed by existing contracts. A total of 32,000 tons of diesel fuel and 10,000 tons of gasoline will be delivered to the address of Ukrainian buyers CJSC Belarusian Oil Company. The specified volumes will be shipped in the next three to four days, ”the message says.

At the same time, the Belarusian Oil Company continues to operate under force majeure circumstances.

“At present, sufficient reserves of light oil products have been formed in the Republic of Belarus, which meet the needs of the domestic market. This allowed CJSC Belarusian Oil Company to partially export light oil products in the maximum possible volumes under current conditions, ”informs the company.

According to the source, Belneftekhim introduced restrictions on the export of light oil products due to the sharp decline in refining at the refinery, provoked by the supply of poor-quality oil from Russia.
In 2018, the share of Belarusian diesel fuel in the balance of the Ukrainian market was 33%. Last year, the Mozyr and Novopolotsk refineries shipped 2,343,000 tons to Ukraine (-8% compared with 2017).

Belarusian producers remain the main source of supply of gasoline in Ukraine. In 2018, gasoline imports from Belarus to Ukraine amounted to 836.5 thousand tons, which is 44% of the Ukrainian market.

Source: enkorr


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