Belarus bought a batch of Norwegian oil

Belarus bought a batch of Norwegian oil

Belarus bought the first batch of oil in Norway, the supply of Russian oil has been suspended. The Belarusian Oil Company (BNK) entered into an agreement on the supply of 80 tons of Johan Sverdrup Norwegian oil. This was reported by the press service of the Belneftekhim concern.


According to the Belarusian media, the agreement was concluded by BNK, which is the state oil trader responsible for exporting oil to Belarus. According to the agreement, oil will be delivered on January 22 through the Lithuanian port of Klaipeda most likely by rail.

A batch of Norwegian oil in the amount of 80 thousand tons was purchased for the Novopolotsk oil refinery Naftan, delivery through the port of Klaipeda on January 22

The concern said in a statement.

Earlier it was reported that Minsk could not agree with Russian oil companies on oil supplies from January 1, 2020, after which the Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko ordered to look for alternative supplies of oil products.

First Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Dmitry Krutoy later said that the government had sent commercial offers to buy oil to Ukraine, Poland, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and the Baltic countries.

So far, nothing is known about the prospects for oil supplies to Belarus from Norway. Most likely it was a trial batch, purchased in order to study the supply market. For the time being, Belarusian refineries operate with minimal load, providing fuel only to the domestic market.

Recall that in recent times Belarus has bought in Russia about 18 million tons of oil per year.
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  1. GKS 2111 21 January 2020 10: 44 New
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    "Most likely it was a test batch purchased to study the supply market."
    The most important thing is not written, the cost. Is the game worth the candle?
    1. Sandor Clegane 21 January 2020 10: 47 New
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      Quote: GKS 2111
      and did not write, the cost. Is the game worth the candle?

      would you buy a product that was originally more expensive? I think no
      1. Vend 21 January 2020 10: 49 New
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        Quote: Sandor Clegane
        Quote: GKS 2111
        and did not write, the cost. Is the game worth the candle?

        would you buy a product that was originally more expensive? I think no

        Well, Ukraine is buying laughing Apparently Batka decided to play similar cards.
        1. maxim947 21 January 2020 10: 52 New
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          would you buy a product that was originally more expensive? I think no

          If you really want to rest and become "in a pose." And there it is in the course of this particular case.
          And the most interesting thing is that prices are not mentioned again.
          1. Thrall 21 January 2020 11: 16 New
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            Quote: GKS 2111
            The most important thing is not written, the cost. Is the game worth the candle?

            Transshipment and transportation of oil from Klaipeda to the Novopolotsk refinery by rail will cost more than $ 20 per ton
            1. kapitan92 21 January 2020 13: 50 New
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              Quote: Thrall
              Transshipment and transportation of oil from Klaipeda to the Novopolotsk refinery by rail will cost more than $ 20 per ton

              hi It is worth adding that 80 thousand tons is a 3-day loading of the refinery in normal operation.
          2. zloybond 21 January 2020 13: 26 New
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            maybe finally they’ll close a freebie. It’s already good to supply the ruin with Russian fuel. Ato is well settled. Baryyga at a crossroads, there shells, cartridges, fuel. This is a fish from the inner Belarusian northern seas, and stories about a common history and unequal struggle. It's time to grow up and pay the bills.
            1. Moon 21 January 2020 23: 10 New
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              Quote: zloybond
              It’s good to supply the ruin with Russian fuel

              By the way, yes. Lukoil's share in deliveries to Ukraine increased.
              The extra couple of billions of dollars cut off in one fell swoop.
              Yes, and cheaper than Belarus. The market does not tolerate emptiness.
              In general, these movements are of interest to anyone everywhere, as usual, money. "Bandera" is good for excuses when RB delivers. When Lukoil is all this is fastidious and spiritual.
              Banal decision of Russian corporations which are the Decision Making Center. And not state. goals.
              The state is large corporations. And their wishes and demands are promoted by the state.
              Here, to the cries of the public, that the Old Man is supplying “Bandera’s fuel for Russian killings”, they cut off their share in the supply of “Bandera’s fuel for tanks, etc.” at RB.
              Money rules the world. And slogans for fragile minds are good.
              1. zloybond 22 January 2020 00: 21 New
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                Well, to be honest to the end, my opinion is actually that a solution to the question of the republics is apparently approaching. And if the power option is being worked out, then it is necessary to remove the possibility of fueling the Armed Forces fuel and lubricants from Belarus. Yes, and pulling too long with a decision is stupid and it's high time. Ato Ukrainians themselves will decide on inaction.
        2. Starover_Z 21 January 2020 11: 12 New
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          Quote: Wend
          Well, Ukraine also buys. Apparently Batka decided to play similar cards.

          Why didn’t he turn to the Chinese in pursuit of “cheap” oil ?!
          1. Vend 21 January 2020 11: 18 New
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            Quote: Starover_Z
            Quote: Wend
            Well, Ukraine also buys. Apparently Batka decided to play similar cards.

            Why didn’t he turn to the Chinese in pursuit of “cheap” oil ?!

            And where did you get the information that Chinese oil will be cheaper?
            1. Piramidon 21 January 2020 11: 39 New
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              Quote: Wend
              And where did you get the information that Chinese oil will be cheaper?

              That the word "cheap" is in quotation marks you did not notice?
            2. orionvitt 21 January 2020 15: 57 New
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              Quote: Wend
              And where did you get the information that Chinese oil will be cheaper?

              Everyone in the world knows that everything Chinese is always cheaper. laughing
              1. Vend 21 January 2020 16: 23 New
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                Quote: orionvitt
                Quote: Wend
                And where did you get the information that Chinese oil will be cheaper?

                Everyone in the world knows that everything Chinese is always cheaper. laughing

                Test joke laughing
            3. O. Bender 21 January 2020 20: 08 New
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              So on Ali Express, everything is cheaper and delivery is free laughing
        3. vladimirvn 21 January 2020 12: 06 New
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          It looks like "I’ll frostbite my ears to my mom."
        4. Sandor Clegane 21 January 2020 13: 42 New
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          Quote: Wend
          Well, Ukraine is buying

          so in Ukraine it’s not full in minos! (they’re not brothers), but the brothers are sane people and they won’t be sure to freeze their ears.
          1. Vend 22 January 2020 09: 51 New
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            Quote: Sandor Clegane
            Quote: Wend
            Well, Ukraine is buying

            so in Ukraine it’s not full in minos! (they’re not brothers), but the brothers are sane people and they won’t be sure to freeze their ears.

            We will find out soon
            1. Sandor Clegane 23 January 2020 15: 44 New
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              Quote: Wend
              We will find out soon

              text - well, Ukraine doesn’t buy mine, why did you write this to me?
              1. Vend 23 January 2020 15: 54 New
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                Quote: Sandor Clegane
                Quote: Wend
                We will find out soon

                text - well, Ukraine doesn’t buy mine, why did you write this to me?

                I answered your comment about the brothers)
                1. Sandor Clegane 23 January 2020 15: 56 New
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                  Quote: Wend
                  I answered your comment about the brothers)

                  it is strange that the quote was inserted not mine, but answered me))) the message about the brothers, and the quote about not the brothers ......
                  1. Vend 23 January 2020 16: 18 New
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                    Quote: Sandor Clegane

                    so in Ukraine it’s not full in minos! (they’re not brothers), but the brothers are sane people and they won’t be sure to freeze their ears.

                    Didn't you write this?
        5. Omskgasmyas 21 January 2020 15: 20 New
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          80 thousand tons? for 2 days of operation of one refinery. What next?
      2. Graz 21 January 2020 10: 55 New
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        in general, oil was sold to Belarusians at the price of delivery to the Smolensk region, Norwegian oil in transit through the Baltic states with pouring into tanks can in no way be cheaper than Russian oil, it turned out to be 30% more expensive, it’s only show-offs for which Belarusians will pay from their pocket
        1. vvvjak 21 January 2020 11: 01 New
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          Quote: Graz
          there is more likely interest at 30%

          So far, only the delivery cost from Klaipeda has been announced - $ 20 per ton.
          1. askort154 21 January 2020 11: 36 New
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            vvvjak So far, only the delivery cost from Klaipeda has been announced - 20 dlr per ton.

            Recall that in recent times Belarus has bought in Russia about 18 million tons of oil per year. (from article)

            Turn on arithmetic:
            18 x 000 = 000 dl. per year, it will be necessary to pay only for transportation. This is the price of the obstinacy of the blackmailer, and not from his own pocket, but from the people's pocket (budget) Not counting the price of oil, which cannot be lower than Russian. fool
            1. vvvjak 21 January 2020 11: 46 New
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              Quote: askort154
              Turn on arithmetic:
              18 x 000 = 000 dl. per year, it will be necessary to pay only for transportation. This is the price of obstinacy of the blackmailer.

              Well - "poor, but proud Belarusians." And if we recall Venezuelan oil (by the tanker and the reverse of the Odessa-Brody pipeline), then I read in the local press: "The economic efficiency of deliveries at this stage was not calculated."
            2. Guards turn 21 January 2020 11: 54 New
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              “Turn on arithmetic”: And we are waiting for the increase in prices for fuel and lubricants in Belarus.
              1. Ingvar 72 21 January 2020 12: 22 New
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                Quote: Guards turn
                And we are waiting for an increase in prices for fuel and lubricants in Belarus.

                Is not a fact. In Kazakhstan, gasoline is 2 times cheaper than ours, and this despite the fact that the price of oil for Kazakhstan is not much different from Belarus. hi
            3. Baloo_bst 21 January 2020 12: 56 New
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              Will there be so much oil in Norway? They are both in Sweden and in the UK, and they supply a lot more. Will they have 18 million tons of free space?
              For example, Azerbaijan reduces oil production year after year, the state-owned company SOCAR reduced oil export in 2019 by 11,6% to 21,1 million tons. In legendary times (2011), Azerbaijan was able to ship about 1 million tons of oil to Belarus.
              Norwegians will most likely have Russian oil with their own gesheft.
            4. NKT
              NKT 21 January 2020 14: 04 New
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              Turn on arithmetic:
              18 x 000 = 000 dl. per year, it will be necessary to pay only for transportation. This is the price of the obstinacy of the blackmailer, and not from his own pocket, but from the people's pocket (budget) Not counting the price of oil, which cannot be lower than Russian.

              Other data can be obtained on the basis of a batch of 80 tons of oil.
              For its transportation, 1212 railway tanks or about 24 trains will be needed.
              All 18 million tons will be delivered by 000 tanker flights and 000 train trains.
            5. orionvitt 21 January 2020 16: 02 New
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              Quote: askort154
              Not counting the price of oil, which cannot be lower than the Russian

              Well, of course, the "stupid" Europeans, "not knowing how to count money," buy Russian oil, but Lukashenko, the "strong business executive", thinks differently. It is clear that it is not out of pocket. A weak attempt to blackmail Russia, failed.
            6. Tersky 21 January 2020 19: 14 New
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              Quote: askort154
              18 x 000 = 000 dl. per year, it will be necessary to pay only for transportation

              According to some estimates, Belarusian oil supplies from Russia on the terms of 2019 will be cheaper than other supplies from the world market by at least $ 1,6 billion per year, with a volume of 24 million tons. Minsk would be well if a benefactor were found who was ready to make up for this difference. But they are not observed on the garrison ...
          2. NKT
            NKT 21 January 2020 13: 30 New
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            So far, only the delivery cost from Klaipeda has been announced - $ 20 per ton.

            And the purchase and transportation prices to Klaipeda were not announced. Norwegian oil was bought, but through the French Total, which also "took" its commission.
        2. Piramidon 21 January 2020 11: 45 New
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          Quote: Graz
          it’s just a show off for which Belarusians will pay out of pocket

          Like pulp gas to / from Ukraine. Let it be more expensive, but, most importantly, to show how independent they are. Like, we can do without Russia. I won’t be surprised if it turns out that Norwegian oil comes from Tyumen, as does Pencilvan coal from Donbass.
        3. revnagan 21 January 2020 13: 27 New
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          Quote: Graz
          it’s just a show off for which Belarusians will pay out of pocket

          Not only. Russia, apparently, in the load for its low price puts forward “Fatherland” certain political conditions to which Lukashenko does not agree. And “a good show is more expensive than money” hi .
          1. orionvitt 21 January 2020 16: 07 New
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            Quote: revnagan
            certain political conditions to which Lukashenko does not agree

            How does this disagree? The union agreement was signed twenty years ago, then it was agreed. But all this time, the "Old Man" is spinning, and now he paints. One thing can be said, such obstinacy will not bring to good. Neither Lukashenko nor Belarus. "Every cricket, know your sixth."
      3. evgic 21 January 2020 12: 10 New
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        80 thousand tons is generally an insignificant volume, you can buy twice as much, but counting on constant deliveries is stupid. In general, Lukashenko looks very unsightly in this situation, like an exolted hysteria.
      4. old friend 21 January 2020 15: 10 New
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        Well, did they buy Azerbaijani and Venezuelan? Obviously more expensive.
        If the Norwegian was cheaper (it is necessary to evaluate the logistic costs, too), then our customers would already be talking about this to the whole world. My opinion is purely politics so far, another bluff.
      5. Chingachguk 21 January 2020 23: 07 New
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        Well, some people buy liquefied gas from the United States, although they can buy Russian pipe half the price ....
    2. Wolverine 21 January 2020 11: 02 New
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      Quote: GKS 2111
      "Most likely it was a test batch purchased to study the supply market."
      The most important thing is not written, the cost. Is the game worth the candle?

      Here the most important thing is not to pay attention to the dad’s stomping by the legs, this is how not to react to the baby’s tantrum, jumps at the legs and calm down and accept the rules of the game of parents. wassat hi
      1. Dmitry Donskoy 21 January 2020 11: 16 New
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        Enough to sit on our neck already. Everyone strives to milk Russia. The sale price should be the same for everyone, like in a store. hi
        1. Ingvar 72 21 January 2020 12: 24 New
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          Quote: Dmitry Donskoy
          The sale price should be the same for everyone, as in a store.

          Then why the price our gasoline at Gazpromneft gas stations in Kazakhstan is almost 2 times cheaper? wink
          1. meGrail 21 January 2020 14: 20 New
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            But no! There was no command from above to drive barrels to Kazakhstan, then it was Belarus' turn. So do not interfere with your provocative statements!
          2. old friend 21 January 2020 15: 14 New
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            where did you get the idea that Russian gasoline was there? IMHO, most likely for local gas stations purchased Kazakhstan. It would be strange to shove it from Russia when the local one is cheaper
          3. marshes 21 January 2020 17: 01 New
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            Quote: Ingvar 72
            Then why is the price of our gasoline at Gazpromneft gas stations in Kazakhstan almost 2 times cheaper?

            Your gasoline at Kazakhstan gas stations is not.
            Lukoil opened a network of gas stations around the country 15 years ago, they sold their own and went bankrupt, they could not compete with the local ones, and the Chinese went to Sinoil, they bought gas from local oil refineries.
            1. Ingvar 72 21 January 2020 20: 23 New
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              Quote: marshes
              Your gasoline at Kazakhstan gas stations is not.

              Look at the structure of oil and oil products export to Kazakhstan.
              1. marshes 21 January 2020 20: 36 New
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                Quote: Ingvar 72
                Look at the structure of oil and oil products export to Kazakhstan.

                Since last year, the import of petroleum products into Kazakhstan has been banned, except for military facilities and Baikanur.
                It’s interesting with oil, the only recipient is the Pavlodar refinery, which last year reduced its purchase by a third, although Uzbekistan is actively buying Siberian light oil with our addition, so that Urals would turn out, this is a gray outline of our and your oil workers.
                So gas stations are mostly local gasoline.
    3. The popuas 21 January 2020 11: 13 New
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      Yesterday I read that 20 Baku turned out to be more expensive than Russian!
    4. Andrey Chistyakov 21 January 2020 11: 14 New
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      This is found ..
      Belarus bought the first batch of Norwegian oil, at a price exceeding the Russian counterpart by $ 2020. The cost of oil from Norway is determined by the complexity of its supply via railways. Transportation of oil by cisterns from Klaipeda to the Novopolotsk Oil Refinery is much more expensive than oil from Russia, which goes through the pipeline.
      1. Aerodrome 21 January 2020 11: 30 New
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        Belarus is an independent country, should we condemn it? all the more so as to the ordinary RF, it’s neither cold nor hot. these are the smut of the government, and to the owners of the "public domain".
        1. Victor Lutvin 21 January 2020 12: 48 New
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          Cold is hot, but the shrimp will rise in price.
          1. Vadim237 21 January 2020 16: 45 New
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            The price increase for a barrel has already compensated for everything.
        2. orionvitt 21 January 2020 16: 17 New
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          Quote: Aerodrome
          Belarus is an independent country, should we condemn it?

          "Independent," you need to quote. All their "independence" is fed at the expense of Russia. Moreover, it was not acquired as a result of the struggle, but as a result of the collapse of the Soviet empire. Fell from the sky. And what got for free is usually not appreciated. Maybe it is time for obstinate partners to present bills? Belarus has one more option, Ukrainian. In the west they will be very happy. But only Belarusians need it? Something "Old Man" begins to play the wrong one, but let him remember. Rostov is already occupied, and in the west it has a direct route to The Hague. there will also be very happy.
      2. rich 21 January 2020 11: 34 New
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        Belarus bought the first batch of Norwegian oil

        the size of a batch of oil purchased in Norway slightly exceeds the three-day volume of oil processed by the Novopolotsk refinery.
    5. TermNachTer 21 January 2020 15: 33 New
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      There’s nothing to even think about. Oil produced from the bottom of the sea, plus transportation by tanker to Klaipeda, transshipment to the railway and again transportation. cannot be cheaper than Russian. It’s not clear to me only one thing - to hell with Lukashenko this crap? Are there few other problems?
  2. Romka 21 January 2020 10: 45 New
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    It is clear that this is from the category of “frostbitten spite for the old man’s ears”, but losses can really be minimized and you can learn to live “for your own”.
  3. Victor N 21 January 2020 10: 46 New
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    This is a test of geographical science - an attempt to ignore the globe. And not laziness? It’s easier to be able to maintain good relations with a rich neighbor, who, moreover, is inviting you to live with yourself.
    1. Romey 21 January 2020 11: 07 New
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      Pure truth ... It is exactly like the fact that a rich neighbor only rents out housing for rabid grandmothers to others (the population), and the hut itself with the current cannula, siphon gas pipe and aluminum wiring, carefully disguised as a Jewish repair. Yes, and other neighbors strive to strike. I wouldn’t go ...
      1. rich 21 January 2020 11: 36 New
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        The Polish company PERN, which is the operator of the Druzhba oil pipeline, said that it was impossible to supply oil to the Belarusian side through the pipeline due to the peculiarities of the technical infrastructure.
        1. Brturin 21 January 2020 14: 06 New
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          Quote: Rich
          It is impossible to supply oil to the Belarusian side through the pipeline due to the peculiarities of the technical infrastructure.

          To this - “Those 18 million tons that Belarus imports for its needs annually, we could not transport. Lithuania’s capacity is about 3 million tons, ”said Egidijus Lazauskas, head of the LG Cargo transportation company of the state-owned company Lietuvos gelezinkeliai.
  4. Tzar 21 January 2020 10: 46 New
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    Well done, Old Man, I found an alternative closer than in Venezuela ... At the same time, I did nice to the Lithuanians wink But without Russian supplies to ordinary Belarusians, this alternative will cost a pretty penny.
    1. vvvjak 21 January 2020 11: 04 New
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      Quote: Tzar
      Well done Old Man

      No comment.
      Quote: Tzar
      But without Russian supplies to ordinary Belarusians, this alternative will cost a pretty penny.

      Starting from the new year, gas prices were raised twice a penny.
    2. Brturin 21 January 2020 11: 29 New
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      At the same time, I did nice to the Lithuanians

      Only then the Lithuanians are ready to answer - at least in position with Bel. NPP. Although before this was, but on a different occasion, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania, Linas Linkevicius, said before that the injection in connection with the Belarusian nuclear power plant could damage foreign investment in Lithuania
  5. Ross xnumx 21 January 2020 10: 53 New
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    Belarus bought a batch of Norwegian oil

    Still, “threw” Sechin and Co.?
    And today I again bought Belarusian cheese "Burgomaster" at 650 rubles per kg. I really like Akbar morning tea (Jacobs Monarch coffee) with sandwiches with butter and cheese.
    And I'm interested in oil and gas prices from time to time - not a “car enthusiast" ... wink
    1. Loess 21 January 2020 10: 57 New
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      Quote: ROSS 42
      Still, “threw” Sechin and Co.?

      The Belarusian Oil Company (BNK) entered into an agreement on the supply of 80 tons of Norwegian oil Johan Sverdrup.

      Recently, Belarus has bought in Russia about 18 million tons of oil per year.

      It’s kind of small for the definition of “thrown” ...
      1. Ross xnumx 21 January 2020 11: 00 New
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        Quote: Less
        It’s kind of small for the definition of “thrown” ...

        In order for the irony to be visible to the naked eye, I take the keywords with which the essence is indicated in the sentence, I take it in "" ... Well, it’s accepted so ... repeat
        1. Loess 21 January 2020 11: 03 New
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          Quote: ROSS 42
          the keywords by which the sentence indicates the essence I take in "".

          Yes, just a word such that to understand this word in your sense, it is necessary to take it anyway in "") Although I confess - I really didn’t catch the irony) hi
    2. Romka 21 January 2020 11: 00 New
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      He reacted like this.
      1. Romey 21 January 2020 11: 36 New
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        "What a disgusting face ..." If I’m not an extremist, I just remembered "Gentlemen of Fortune" ...
  6. businessv 21 January 2020 10: 53 New
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    Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has ordered an alternative supply of petroleum products.
    I don’t see anything bad or terrible in the fact that Belarus purchased 1/225 of the required amount of oil to check the supply channel and what they will result in in the end. This is the market! smile
  7. KAVBER 21 January 2020 10: 56 New
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    This option will work for the domestic market, but sales of gasoline for a hill with horse margin from cheap Russian oil, kayuk.
  8. Semurg 21 January 2020 11: 01 New
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    Take away the scimitar from the Old Man, because there is no more living space left on Putin’s back laughing
  9. Artemiy_2 21 January 2020 11: 03 New
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    Do I understand the logic of Belarus? So that she stops making hysteria, you just need to raise the price to Norwegian?
    1. Romka 21 January 2020 11: 12 New
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      Yes, but the people will begin to “growl”: “And why do we need tada Taežna sayuz? In general, I repeat: "Enough words about friendship - everyone should be at their own interest!
    2. Loess 21 January 2020 11: 13 New
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      So that she stopped making hysteria, you just need to raise the price to Norwegian?

      The method is strange, but the logic is definitely present))
      1. Artemiy_2 21 January 2020 11: 19 New
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        This is a joke of course. No offense to Belarusians, but their production has become too arrogant. Everything requires Russia, but at the same time it has never been supported on foreign policy issues. And sometimes even opposed
  10. bessmertniy 21 January 2020 11: 13 New
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    Belarus’s purchase of 80 thousand tons of oil from Norway is insignificant. This is essentially an experiment and, to some extent, the Old Man’s attempt to scare Russian suppliers that he will go to others. repeat However, he will not get anywhere from Russian oil - he will not find cheaper at market prices, given the good logistics. what
  11. HAM
    HAM 21 January 2020 11: 15 New
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    Really, "father" has matured and decided to live "FOR OWN"!? And then the cat wept ...
    He will have something else to swell .... he will get loans .... "compassionate" lenders are already in the queue ... somewhere it was already ... and "father" will get to the kukan ..
  12. Pavel57 21 January 2020 11: 17 New
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    The Ukrainian scenario is not the main thing for Russia.
  13. sergo1914 21 January 2020 11: 23 New
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    According to the documents - oil. In real life - salmon and shrimp.
  14. for
    for 21 January 2020 11: 23 New
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    And Belarus is a new area in the Russian Federation under the new constitution? Do you care what they buy for? Sometimes a principle is more expensive than money.
  15. Andrey VOV 21 January 2020 11: 27 New
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    Quote: Romka
    Yes, but the people will begin to “growl”: “And why do we need tada Taežna sayuz? In general, I repeat: "Enough words about friendship - everyone should be at their own interest!

    YES you have a cool thing there, 50% pay for customs clearance of cars with disabilities and families with many children, and it turned out that there are so many large and disabled people in Belarus, horror!
  16. Gardamir 21 January 2020 11: 30 New
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    Kindergarten in the sandbox. And you will repeat Poland, not through Belarus. Computer warriors are going to fight with whom? Politics is the art of the possible. This one, who is the best foreign politician, quarreled with everyone and with his partners and neighbors.
    What are you so worried about oil? They told you that there is no money, and will retire at 90. Do you care who the Kremlin sells with? The people, even the smallest crumbs will not get.
    1. Andrey VOV 21 January 2020 11: 46 New
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      During the 7 years of your stay on the site, you weren’t tired of humming and whining that everything is bad ?? well, like an adult man, but everything has disappeared constantly, everything is bad. All are bad ... so maybe in childhood the cartoon influenced where the big mouth is against, on the drum that, but that's all.
      1. Gardamir 21 January 2020 12: 30 New
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        In such trifles, one can clearly see who is for Russia, and who is for BoHatykh.
        If everything is so good, then write an article. And then in my childhood there was no cartoon where the woman is against the yaga. Still, there are more and more billionaires in Russia; soon the turn will reach me.
        In the end did I write about what is bad, I laugh with people like you. You punished Poland for apples, Turk for tomatoes, now Belarusians for oil ...
        1. Andrey VOV 21 January 2020 12: 48 New
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          I personally haven’t changed anyone for anything this time, I’ve been working and doing the real thing all my life and have never whined, and I don’t sit and wait in line, I am for Russia, for rich Russia, rich in talents, victories and well-living people and as for the rich, there has never been and will not be equality, such is life, and do not say that everyone in the USSR was equal and think about whether it’s time to rest, to the country, quietly grows flowers, greenfinch and nervous
          1. Gardamir 21 January 2020 12: 59 New
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            Well, here you are, everything has been revealed badly in the Union, everyone is humorous and aching, as you suffered in the Union.
            Here is another division. Those who were well in the Union could not fit into the market. And those who like Tolya Chubais suffered, all the better in the current corrupt life.
            Here's one thing I can’t understand. How do you successful businessmen have time to sit on a site?
            1. Andrey VOV 21 January 2020 13: 06 New
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              You don’t know how to read at all? Where did I say that it was bad under the USSR? I wrote that even then there was no general equality, this time, the second, I’m not a businessman, I worked first for the state, served it, and then, as they say for uncle but I didn’t wipe my pants in the offices doing garbage .. so, you have to be more careful and you won’t look like a grinder
              1. Gardamir 21 January 2020 13: 23 New
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                Do not be nervous. Then and now, it’s like sky and sea, the color is similar, but the essence is different.
                No offense to the creators of the site, garbage is what we are doing here. Or maybe they read me at the Foreign Ministry. I’m not a squeamish, foreign policy if it is aimed at strengthening the state is a serious matter. If all foreign policy is aimed at filling pockets, then the pants may burst.
    2. Paranoid50 21 January 2020 11: 55 New
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      Quote: Gardamir
      The people, even the smallest crumbs will not get.

      laughing laughing laughing But a person can provide a mood for the whole day. hi
  17. Kerensky 21 January 2020 11: 31 New
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    Will the oil swallow this oil? Or will the whole party go into reconfiguration?
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      NKT 21 January 2020 14: 08 New
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      Swallowed, it is close in composition to the Urals.
  18. cniza 21 January 2020 11: 38 New
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    So far, nothing is known about the prospects for oil supplies to Belarus from Norway. Most likely it was a test batch purchased to study the supply market.


    Politicians will bring senility to expediency and profit ...
  19. ZVS
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    No price for Norwegian oil. Has Norway sold oil to Belarus cheaper than Russia? I think that this will not last long - logistics from Norway is a little expensive for Belarus
    1. Freeman 21 January 2020 12: 54 New
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      No price for Norwegian oil.

      This is a "new" grade for the market. Johan sverdrup. Until now, the main deliveries were tankers to Asia.
      The first cargo of oil from the Johan Sverdrup field was sold by Equinor to the Chinese company Petroleum & Chemicals Co., Ltd. (UNIPEC), daughter of Sinopec.
      The cargo will be shipped on an Orpheas oil tanker via the Suez Canal to China in the coming days.
      According to the Marinetraffic service, the ship will arrive at the port of Monstad on October 24, 2019.
      The batch size will be 1 million barrels., Its market value is about $ 60 million.. USA.
      https://etpgpb.ru/posts/1558-v_kitay_neft-_mestoroeniya_johan_sverdrup_vyhodit_na_mirovoy_rynok/

      That is the price is comparable to the cost of Brent.

      Has Norway sold oil to Belarus cheaper than Russia?

      “Discount” is quite possible in order to enter the “European” market.

      logistics from Norway is a little expensive for Belarus

      Sounded $ 20 per tonne, when "transshipment" by tanks, again due to the small volume of the "trial" party.
      If oil goes in "industrial" volumes, "delivery" discount is again possible.

      Threat. Read more about the "new" grade of oil here:
      New Norwegian oil grade Johan Sverdrup threatens Urals in Europe
      https://ru.investing.com/news/stock-market-news/article-1938963
      1. Vadim237 21 January 2020 16: 47 New
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        With or without discount - this oil will still be at least 15 bucks more expensive
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        ZVS 21 January 2020 17: 26 New
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        Weird! A member of the European Union is trying to enter this very European Union through deliveries to Belarus ?! Do not make people laugh ..
        In addition to transshipment by rail, there is also delivery by tankers to the port. And all this oil will pour a pretty penny into Belarus.
        Our Jewish ones, too, are still banned the transfer of Kazakh oil to Belarus. Now Russia will lose both Belarus and Kazakhstan. All these dealers in power will disperse throughout the European Union to live and leave Russia face to face with quarreling neighbors.
        1. Freeman 21 January 2020 18: 03 New
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          Weird! A member of the European Union is trying to enter this very European Union through deliveries to Belarus ?! Do not make people laugh ...

          Despite the global increase in oil consumption, in Europeoil consumption is gradually falling.

          The market has long been divided by “old” players, and entering a new player, even if he is based in the European Union, is not so simple. And Belarusian oil products have (albeit small) their market share in the Netherlands, Great Britain and Germany.

          https://ex-press.by/rubrics/ekonomika/2018/09/20/stalo-izvestno-kuda-na-samom-dele-uxodyat-belorusskij-benzin-i-dizel
          1. Brturin 21 January 2020 19: 01 New
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            Quote: Freeman
            The market has long been divided by “old” players, and entering a new player, even if he is based in the European Union, is not so simple.

            It depends on who - sanctions against Iran and Venezuela and ... you can take over part of their share ...
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            And what do you want to say that Norway is a novice player in the oil market in Europe ?! laughing
            Do not tell my slippers!
  20. Sether 21 January 2020 12: 04 New
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    We’ll lose our last friends because of oil, we’ll be left alone surrounded by friends and soon everyone will abandon our oil and it will not be known and Belarusians will buy oil in Iran there cheaper and better in quality than after our refinery and this is a simple plus cost repair so something will come out
    1. Andrey VOV 21 January 2020 12: 50 New
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      Such friends .... you know where and with what Makar she will buy from Iran ??? don’t rubbish
      1. Sether 22 January 2020 12: 48 New
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        Just like in Norway, and offers enough to choose and what you like such friends?
  21. taiga2018 21 January 2020 12: 11 New
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    As I understand it, Belarusians can’t find cheaper Russian oil even at market prices, but the authorities of this country agreed to the principle, or Russia sells them oil at a "brotherly" price, or they buy it anywhere, albeit at a higher price ... Well, the foundation of the mansion in Rostov, which they began to build there for Lukashenko, can be dismantled, at such a rate he will earn himself a maximum camera in the Minsk jail ...
  22. Piramidon 21 January 2020 12: 15 New
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    A batch of Norwegian oil was purchased for the Novopolotsk oil refinery Naftan 80 KT

    Old Man would have bought a couple of canisters in Venezuela and showed Putin nevermind. tongue
  23. lopuhan2006 21 January 2020 12: 17 New
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    The usual game Old Man and ours and yours. Small countries near large players are forced to maneuver. 80 is the amount that seems to be a lot, but nothing
    1. Andrey VOV 21 January 2020 12: 51 New
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      For the country of this NOTHING, I wonder what kickbacks on this deal have raped
  24. Calm 21 January 2020 12: 54 New
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    Now they will set us up against the Belarusians, they may seem to be against us, like freeloaders, etc., of course, Belarusians, in turn, will be bent by the prices Russia presses on us. A good scenario for Prokopenko and Anna Chapman and suddenly shoot wassat
  25. shadow 21 January 2020 12: 55 New
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    And at what price did you buy? And how much did you give for transportation? What is not indicated?
    1. Piramidon 21 January 2020 15: 25 New
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      Quote: Shadows
      And at what price did you buy? And how much did you give for transportation? What is not indicated?

      Who cares? The main thing is independence from Russia.
  26. Ros 56 21 January 2020 13: 00 New
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    So to buy oil is not a problem, the problem is to buy cheap and sell and make money on it. We will see what they bought there and what will come of it.
  27. Non liberoid Russian 21 January 2020 13: 00 New
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    why are you so excited? did Lukoshenko want to play independence, so let it be, what is this before you? the girls on the road also like customers to choose their own, sometimes it turns out sometimes))) but in the TOTAL they do what the owner tells
  28. Mentat 21 January 2020 13: 05 New
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    A batch of Norwegian oil in the amount of 80 thousand tons was purchased for the Novopolotsk oil refinery Naftan, delivery through the port of Klaipeda on January 22

    To me, please, 50 grams of doctoral and finely chopped.
  29. Berg berg 21 January 2020 13: 48 New
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    Yes, we are such Belarusian little brothers, it’s better to pay the enemy twice as much for oil than give the extra pennies to our brothers!
  30. awg75 21 January 2020 13: 49 New
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    This madman understands what will happen to his country if Russia turns back in response to him? The main trading partner of Belarus is Russia: it accounted for 39,2% of Belarusian exports and about 59% of imports. Just think about the figure of 59% of imports .... As I understand it, this is the next candidate to shout "Belarus ts Europe." And what’s the most offensive when the West throws him, and he will certainly throw him, he will flee to Russia to take refuge, and we will shelter him out of habit.
  31. Rusfaner 21 January 2020 13: 51 New
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    Quote: Ingvar 72
    Quote: Dmitry Donskoy
    The sale price should be the same for everyone, as in a store.

    Then why the price our gasoline at Gazpromneft gas stations in Kazakhstan is almost 2 times cheaper? wink

    First of all, dear, in Kazakhstan Gazpromneft is just a word. This desk has nothing to do with real Gazprom.
    Secondly, all the gasoline there, made by the method of "compote" from the 80th.
  32. ugrums1961 21 January 2020 14: 23 New
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    Where Lukashenko will sell refinery processing products, Belarusian rubles will be sold within the state, and he will have enough money to buy oil for dollars and for a long time, as I understand it, only Russia received Belarusian products for its oil (belaz, maz, milk, sour cream, potato) and Norway, I think this is not necessary and how soon he will again circle near Putin.
  33. Mentat 21 January 2020 14: 45 New
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    Quote: Freeman
    Quote: SU
    No price for Norwegian oil.

    This is a "new" grade for the market. Johan sverdrup. Until now, the main deliveries were tankers to Asia.
    The first cargo of oil from the Johan Sverdrup field was sold by Equinor to the Chinese company Petroleum & Chemicals Co., Ltd. (UNIPEC), daughter of Sinopec.
    The cargo will be shipped on an Orpheas oil tanker via the Suez Canal to China in the coming days.
    According to the Marinetraffic service, the ship will arrive at the port of Monstad on October 24, 2019.
    The batch size will be 1 million barrels., Its market value is about $ 60 million.. USA.
    https://etpgpb.ru/posts/1558-v_kitay_neft-_mestoroeniya_johan_sverdrup_vyhodit_na_mirovoy_rynok/

    That is the price is comparable to the cost of Brent.

    Has Norway sold oil to Belarus cheaper than Russia?

    “Discount” is quite possible in order to enter the “European” market.

    logistics from Norway is a little expensive for Belarus

    Sounded $ 20 per tonne, when "transshipment" by tanks, again due to the small volume of the "trial" party.
    If oil goes in "industrial" volumes, "delivery" discount is again possible.

    Threat. Read more about the "new" grade of oil here:
    New Norwegian oil grade Johan Sverdrup threatens Urals in Europe
    https://ru.investing.com/news/stock-market-news/article-1938963

    Who is he threatening there? Oil production in Norway drops every year; this new field barely pulled exports to 2015 levels. They cannot provide the level of old supplies, not that they threaten anyone.

    Read:
    https://www.worldoil.com/news/2019/12/5/johan-sverdrup-single-handedly-reverses-norway-s-crude-production-decline
    1. Freeman 21 January 2020 17: 30 New
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      Mentat Today, 14:45
      Who is he threatening there? Oil production in Norway drops every year; this new field barely pulled exports to 2015 levels. They cannot provide the level of old supplies, not that they threaten anyone.
      Read:
      https://www.worldoil.com/news/2019/12/5/johan-sverdrup-single-handedly-reverses-norway-s-crude-production-decline

      Brent oil production is falling in Norway. Russia mainly supplies the Urals blend to the European market.
      The new Johan Sverdrup brand is similar in properties to the Russian Urals, but contains less sulfur.
      Therefore, it will compete specifically with the Urals brand.
      In addition to Urals (a mixture of light West Siberian oil Siberian Light and sour oil of the Urals and Volga regions.), Russia exports three more brands of oil - Siberian Light, Rebco and Sokol.
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  35. Slasherrus 21 January 2020 16: 35 New
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    The main part of gasoline in Kazakhstan is produced from Russian oil, no matter how strange it sounds, and oil from the south of Kazakhstan is mainly exported. The difference in price between gasoline in Kazakhstan and Russia is due to the excise tax introduced by the Russian government and there is no such large excise tax in Kazakhstan, hence the price difference. You will be surprised, but nobody makes gasoline using the compote method, this is a misconception, the production technologies are the same in Russia and Kazakhstan and in Germany. Belarus has its own deposits, which are able to provide work for 2 Belarusian refineries, but oil is exported from them. Something like this
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      Quote: SlasherRUS
      Most gasoline in Kazakhstan is produced from Russian oil

      Two-thirds of the local oil, the Russian one goes only to the Pavlodar refinery, and since last year they have reduced the replacement by a third. These are three large refineries, plus still small ones, those that should be processed according to the documents, heavy fractions from large refineries can actually be processed crude oil, both legal and stolen, although it figured out but gray schemes are present.
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  37. Po-tzan 21 January 2020 17: 19 New
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    Belarus bought a batch of Norwegian oil


    This, incidentally, is Russian oil, which under Medvedev was given to the Norwegians when they handed them the northern shelf, which, according to international law, belonged to Russia. But investments were needed, and why invest the loot in hard-to-extract oil, when it is easy to extract while drilling obsolete wells in Siberia, which is why they later flood.
  38. Comrade Kim 21 January 2020 18: 17 New
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    Quote: GKS 2111
    The most important thing is not written, the cost. Is the game worth the candle?


    Well done Old Man!
    Even hooked up his named brother:
    The companies of the Safmar group of the odious oligarch Mikhail Gutseriev Russneft and Neftis have begun supplying oil to the Mozyr Oil Refinery in Belarus. Source: http://rucompromat.com/articles/belorusskie_shemyi_gutserievyih-shishhanovyih
    This is what Belarusian diversification of hydrocarbon supplies means.

    But the Gutsirievs are not doing well:
    “According to rumors, it’s about 133 thousand tons of oil that Gutseriev supplies without a premium mark-up for Russian companies. Such a gift comes from news that the son of Gutseriev, Said, has become an investor in the first CIS regulated Belarusian crypto-exchange.”
  39. Po-tzan 21 January 2020 18: 18 New
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    Hello, Valojia ???
    Yes, Alexander Grigoryevich, what happened?
    -We are brothers with you, but there is one “but”!
    -This is a "but"?
    -Norway, Valojia.
  40. lopuhan2006 21 January 2020 19: 54 New
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    Quote: Berg Berg
    Yes, we are such Belarusian little brothers, it’s better to pay the enemy twice as much for oil than give the extra pennies to our brothers!

    What kind of brothers? Millers, Chubais, Kiriyenko? Are these friends to you? Do you know the price of the transaction?
  41. cat Rusich 21 January 2020 20: 40 New
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    P. Poroshenko bought “Pennsylvania coal” = G. Lukashenko buys “Norwegian oil” ...
  42. senima56 21 January 2020 21: 57 New
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    Well, they’re buying shrimp and Norwegian salmon ... finally they got to oil! fool It remains to buy gas from the Norgs! fool
  43. Chingachguk 21 January 2020 23: 14 New
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    The main thing that would not break! Well, let the Old Man spinograz abroad. Got it already. They there believe that without parasites Russia will live worse !!!!
  44. Mentat 22 January 2020 08: 02 New
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    Quote: Freeman
    Mentat Today, 14:45
    Who is he threatening there? Oil production in Norway drops every year; this new field barely pulled exports to 2015 levels. They cannot provide the level of old supplies, not that they threaten anyone.
    Read:
    https://www.worldoil.com/news/2019/12/5/johan-sverdrup-single-handedly-reverses-norway-s-crude-production-decline

    Brent oil production is falling in Norway. Russia mainly supplies the Urals blend to the European market.
    The new Johan Sverdrup brand is similar in properties to the Russian Urals, but contains less sulfur.
    Therefore, it will compete specifically with the Urals brand.
    In addition to Urals (a mixture of light West Siberian oil Siberian Light and sour oil of the Urals and Volga regions.), Russia exports three more brands of oil - Siberian Light, Rebco and Sokol.

    Clearly, you are not a reader, you are a writer. Norwegian oil has been contracted for years to come, they simply do not have free volumes in order to seriously compete with someone.