From 1 to 19 November, Ukraine imported 49.3 thousand tons of gasoline. Occupying at least 80% of the Ukrainian gasoline imports Belarus in November, it provided only half of total supply. About this enkorr reported by the Consulting group A-95.

In October due to planned maintenance of the Mozyr oil refinery, as well as the reorientation of exports through the Baltic ports supplies of Belarusian gasoline average fell from 82% to 30%. The plant resumed production earlier this month, but in the previous volume of supply to Ukraine not yet resumed.

The decline in the Belarusian deliveries partially offset by increased imports from Lithuania. In October, the share of Lithuanian imports of gasoline increased from an average annual 12% to 59%, and 19 days of November amounted to 45%. This year from Lithuania to Ukraine is only A-95 and A-98. In the structure of import of A-95 share of Lithuania in the first two weeks of November was 69% (21.7 thousand tons from 31.7 thousand tons).

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Gasoline a-92 in Ukraine comes from the Belarusian producers, and for two decades it was delivered to 16.7 thousand tons Is 2.7 times less than in the same period, 2016 (45 kt).

The Ukrainian import of gasoline from Belarus recovered only half 22.11.2017

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