In the first quarter of 2012, the Ukraine oil-processing plants decreased the oil processing by 57.6% to 1.73 million tons

In January-March of 2012, the Ukraine oil-processing plants decreased the oil processing by 57.6% - to 1.73 million tons in comparison with the first quarter of 2011, the Ukraine’s Government reports.

At present, 5 of 6 Ukraine companies don’t process oil. Since the 1st of March of the current year, one of the largest plants, Lisichansk oil-processing plant, stopped for unplanned repair. The plant is one of the main importers of Russian oil, processing it on commission.

In the first quarter, the volume of supplies of crude oil to the Ukraine oil-processing plants was decreased by 55.5% - to 1.578 million tons in comparison with January-March of 2011. The internal oil supplies were increased by 35.8% to 823.2 thousand tons, the import of raw materials from Russia fell by 41.8% to 724.8 thousand tons. In the first quarter, the Kazakhstan supplies made up 29.6 thousand tons (the reduction by 10.3%).

In the first quarter of the current year, the loading of the capacities on oil processing made up 13.5% against to 18% in January-March of 2011.

In January-March the petrol production in the Ukraine was decreased by 34.9% in comparison with the first quarter of 2011 to 627.3 thousand tons, diesel fuel – by 30.4% to 492.7 thousand tons, fuel oil – by 29.8% to 386.8 thousand tons.

In 2011, the volume of the processing of crude oil in the Ukraine was decreased by 18.4% to 9.049 million tons in comparison with 2010. Last year, the supplies of Russian oil to the Ukraine were decreased by 21.5% to 4.7 million tons in comparison with 2010.

 

 

http://www.oilru.com/news/311996/

Translated by Svetlana Kyrzhaly

Oil and Gas, Metals and Mining, News from Russia and neighbouring countries
42a Pushkina Street; Ufa, Bashkortostan 450076; Russia
E 54° 43.48836" N 55° 55.52346"
Telephone: +7 927 303 00 25

Theme by Danetsoft and Danang Probo Sayekti inspired by Maksimer