In June, the Belarusian Oil Company will supply about 10 thousand tons of A-95 gasoline to Ukraine. This was reported to enkorr by a source in the Belarusian oil industry.
According to the interlocutors of the publication, the decision was made after the resonance, which received the news about the intention of BNK to zero the supply of this brand in June.
“On Friday, the question was again brought up for discussion, today there is already a decision, there will be about 10 thousand tons,” – said the interlocutor, who wished to remain anonymous.
On Friday, May 28, referring to the holders of term contracts for the supply of gasoline from BNK, he said that the company did not confirm the supply of A-95 gasoline for Ukrainian counterparties for June.
This information was confirmed by the state-owned Ukrgasvydobuvannya.
“Like other counterparties, we received a notification that in June there will be no deliveries of A-95 gasoline under TERM contracts to Ukraine. Belarus is the largest supplier of A-95 gasoline to Ukraine under TERM contracts. Yes, they cut it off quite unexpectedly, ”said Sergey Fedorenko, director of commercial affairs of the State Revenue Office, in a comment to 112ua.tv.
By the evening, the Belarusian Oil Company announced that it had not issued any bans on the supply of gasoline. At the same time, Sergey Melnikov, Deputy General Director of BNK-Ukraine, admitted that the volume of supplies may decrease due to the scheduled maintenance of the Mozyr Oil Refinery.
Let us remind you that the normative volume of supplies of Belarusian gasoline is 55 thousand tons per month.
Earlier it was reported about a reduction in the supply of diesel fuel and gasoline in connection with the planned repair of the plant, as well as due to the uncertainty with the supply of oil to Naftan after the renewal of US sanctions. For this reason, the Mozyr Oil Refinery has postponed the start of repairs from May 15 to June 1. Presumably, the repair will last one month, but, as practice shows, it takes about 1.5 months to fully enter the regime.