Dec 29, 2020
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Russia and Belarus approved a schedule for oil supplies for the first quarter of 2021

The authorities of Russia and Belarus have agreed on a schedule for oil supplies via pipelines for the first quarter of 2021.

According to a source in the industry, it is expected that 4.5 million tons of oil will be delivered to Belarusian refineries. Of this volume, Rosneft will supply 2.1 million of oil, LUKOIL – 0.72 million tons, Surgutneftegaz – 0.65 million tons, Gazprom Neft – 0.343 million tons, Tatneft – 0.3 million tons.

The schedule also indicates Slavneft – 82.4 thousand tons, Bashneft – 91 thousand tons, Russneft – 71 thousand tons, Zarubezhneft – 35.2 thousand tons, Neftisa – 74.5 thousand tons, Yalikskoye – 5.9 thousand tons and Yangpur Oil Company – 2.9 thousand tons.

In total, 2.25 million tons of oil should be delivered to the Novopolotsk refinery in January-March, 2.25 million tons to the Mozyr refinery, transfers TASS.

As wrote, earlier, Prime Minister of Belarus Roman Golovchenko said that the republic’s authorities had agreed with Russia on oil and gas supplies for 2021. According to him, each negotiation is always accompanied by a certain bargaining on the terms, and the Belarusian side managed to come to an agreement on favorable terms.

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