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Kremenchug refinery resumed shipment of gasoline

21.08.2018 y. News

 

Kremenchug refinery (Poltava region, Ukrtatnafta) resumed gasoline shipment on August 20, enkorr market participants informed.

“The bulk of fuel is shipped by road. Shipment by rail will resume within a week, “a representative of one of the traders said.

At the same time, according to enkorr, at the moment diesel fuel is shipped not more than 3-4 wagons to one contractor.

As reported enkorr, August 14, “Ukrtatnafta” resumed shipment of diesel fuel by automobile norms.

Recall that on the morning of August 9 at Kremenchug refinery there was a fire of one of the process units due to which the plant stopped shipment of fuel.

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