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Why is gasoline in Lugansk such luxury?

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Had a Skype conversation with an assistant gasoline bargega from Lugansk. There is now such a specialty there. With an assistant because he sat on the phone and took and distributed orders. And his companion in the evening twilight merchandise customers.


The phone rang regularly. Having such a person in Lugansk today is very useful. Gasoline is needed by all who have cars. Why - a stupid question. If a person needs to go somewhere, then it is necessary.

Gas stations do not actually sell gasoline. Let go only to those who are supposed to. Public utilities, ambulances, apparatchiki. They say that "their" can refuel. We all went through it in the nineties, so the situation is quite understandable and clear.

The blockade generated demand, demand generated fuel shuttles and smugglers.

Plotnitsky, by the way, assured that since December there will be no more expensive 44 rubles per liter. And there will be no fuel shortages. Already 3.12, and the picture is like this.

All ordinary people of Lugansk are supplied with gasoline through the shuttles. In Russia, the 92 is worth 36 rubles, in the border area 42-44, in Lugansk from 50 rubles per liter.

There are several categories of earners.

There are no residents living near the border. With a good set of circumstances, they can make an 3 to 5 walker across the border with a canister from a day to day. That is how much you can transfer one-time to a person with an appropriate registration. They accumulate a small batch at home, and then they rent it to the "wholesalers". You can earn rubles 300-400 per day, with special luck - up to 600. In a month it is quite a normal amount by Lugansk standards. From 10 to 15 thousands. For LC very well.

"Wholesalers" carry fuel further and distribute through their network clientele.

There are still "cab drivers". This is when 5 people come by car to the checkpoint, then the car goes by itself, and people like wines work. And by car, the owner can take a full tank and canister. Here, of course, vases are not popular, with their tank capacity. Mostly used "Volkswagen". The same "Passat" tank from 70 liters, so ... Plus 5 jerry cans after the transfer of foot shuttles back. Roughly speaking, 150 liters of gasoline, or 2000 rubles arrived.

Rumor has it that there are black smugglers. But nobody takes it seriously, because there are almost enough “whites” for everyone. Unemployed enough. And if life presses, then you can stand in line with the canister.

And everyone is happy, so to speak. But it seems to me that it is impossible.

My interlocutor's phone called often. At the end of our conversation, people were recording as early as Saturday night. Gasoline is needed for everyone who has a car and has money for it. And the price ... When necessary, do not stand behind it.

The question is different: how much effort is needed to ensure that the people of Lugansk are provided with gasoline? The stupidest question, I understand.

Then smarter. Who benefits from everything that happens? Why is a former miner, left without work, forced to go and stand in line at the checkpoint? Why is a person who earned his money doomed to give them to intermediaries? Why all this? Is it really so difficult for our oil companies to just bring fuel to Lugansk?

Moreover, not free. Nobody talks about charity.

Everything reminds of some strange survival experiment. Passports (we will touch this topic in the near future), diplomas, now also gasoline.

I would like to see the end of this experiment. Survived unequivocally. We need to help further. Light brought. Gas connected. What prevents to do the same with gasoline?

The situation is simple: to lease to any desired fuel company from Russia several gas stations of the same Akhmetov. Yes, to give. You can not rent. Just. In use. And to ensure the work of this company. The benefits will be much greater than what we have: healthy men and guys hanging out in queues at border checkpoints.

And take care of the freed labor. Here, of course, Russia is not an assistant, as if the authorities of the LC are obliged to strain. But to arrange the supply of fuel is clearly the responsibility of our side. If the power of the LC is not able to cope with the problem. And they obviously can not yet.

So you need to help. Rosneft, Lukoil, Gazprom, how are you?

Crime and semi-criminal can be destroyed in different ways. Sowing, punishing, chasing. And it can be easier and without criminal special effects - knocking the ground out from under the feet of the hucksters. Having stopped this fuel clowning, stuffing pockets to intermediaries.

Definitely respect will add. And the authorities on both sides of the border, and the people of Lugansk.

And why not?
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  1. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 4 December 2015 06: 37 New
    -1
    Why is gasoline in Lugansk such luxury?
    thanks to "POTAP" it will soon be a luxury in Saransk too ...
  2. inkass_98
    inkass_98 4 December 2015 06: 55 New
    21
    Rosneft, Lukoil, Gazprom, how are you?

    No way. They will fear sanctions for work in unrecognized republics. Here it is necessary to do a completely extraneous office, affiliated with any of the above structures. Then the prices will be stable, and the giants would have nothing to do with it. Only for this, a desire is needed, but it is not yet., Everyone is waiting for a magic pendal.
    1. sa-ag
      sa-ag 4 December 2015 07: 49 New
      +1
      Quote: inkass_98
      Here you need to do a completely foreign office

      producing gas from coal, there it is like shoe polish in a shoe polish factory :-)
    2. GRAY
      GRAY 4 December 2015 07: 57 New
      +4
      Quote: inkass_98
      Here you have to do a completely foreign office,

      It is possible to create an outside office, which will wholesale fuel, in the LPR - to bring down prices, hucksters themselves will fall off. In addition, they do not pay taxes - illegal activities should be prosecuted.
      What is Russia at once?
      1. Hon
        Hon 4 December 2015 09: 08 New
        +4
        Quote: GRAY
        In addition, they do not pay taxes - illegal activities should be prosecuted.

        if not for these hucksters, there would be no gas at all
      2. Egoza
        Egoza 4 December 2015 10: 36 New
        +4
        Quote: GRAY
        It is possible to create an outside office, which will wholesale fuel, in the LPR - to bring down prices, hucksters themselves will fall off.

        So you need to know who protects these hucksters. Maybe they are beneficial to the same Plotnitsky?
      3. afdjhbn67
        afdjhbn67 5 December 2015 05: 43 New
        -1
        Quote: GRAY
        What is Russia at once?

        Read Exupery - "We are responsible for those we have tamed" .. (Little Prince)
        A good article with no less good questions .. with answers as always difficult ..
        Maybe the point is that in our territory they still choose this amount and it is therefore easier to control and collect taxes, and what about people when the government thought about them ..
  3. venaya
    venaya 4 December 2015 07: 37 New
    +6
    Is it really so difficult for our oil companies to simply bring fuel to Lugansk? Moreover, not for free

    There is already a global question: Who owns our oil giants? And how long will it last. Frankly, the state issue was left at the mercy of watch companies, I'm afraid that either foreign or managed companies from there.
  4. egor1712
    egor1712 4 December 2015 08: 18 New
    +8
    No guys. If there is a problem, then it is beneficial to someone. It must be admitted that the leadership of the LPR is mired in corruption cases. Everyone knows what Plotnitsky and his grief ministers are doing. The detention of Minister of Coal Industry Lyamin once again showed the level of the problem. Many millions of embezzlement, bribery, protection, that’s what the republic’s authorities really do. After all, it is no secret that the top of the LPR in Russia has many millionth houses, a business. Their children study in higher educational institutions of Russia. And you say gasoline. To discredit the ideas of a people's republic, this is the main goal of the current grief of leaders. All of this is also seen in Moscow, but people who oversee the republic are either blind and deaf, or have their own dividends from these problems.
    1. GRAY
      GRAY 4 December 2015 08: 56 New
      +3
      Quote: egor1712
      No guys. If there is a problem, then it is beneficial to someone.

      But in fact - Plotnitsky tied Lyamin, it seems to me that you are exaggerating - it turns out to be uninterested.
      Actually, there’s a war going on.
      The government buys fuel, but it goes, first of all, to the army and all kinds of services like utilities. Because of this, there is a shortage in the civilian sector.
      And more:

      Quote: egor1712
      Everybody knows,

      Quote: egor1712
      it's no secret

      Are you playing the herd instinct? laughing

      - How so?
      - Everyone knows, but I don’t know ... well, it turns out ... I'm not like everyone else?
      - Disorder! We urgently need to become like everyone else and also, with a clever look, start writing about "everyone knows" and "it's not a secret for anyone" dadadad.
      1. Mik13
        Mik13 4 December 2015 09: 38 New
        +4
        Quote: GRAY
        But in fact - Plotnitsky tied Lyamin, it seems to me that you are exaggerating - it turns out to be uninterested.
        Actually, there’s a war going on.

        In fact - Lyamina was tied up by the MGB of the LPR, and Plotnitsky and the LNR prosecutor's office very tried to smear it.
        Here http://yadocent.livejournal.com/767619.html can be seeing.

        Quote: GRAY
        The government buys fuel, but it goes, first of all, to the army and all kinds of services like utilities. Because of this, there is a shortage in the civilian sector.

        Do you really believe that the government buys fuel for these needs? Unless he "buys" on securities, as well as some humanitarian aid.

        Incidentally, everybody knows и it's not a secret to anybody - This is such a common designation of anonymous sources. In public space, people from the republics are rarely indignant - a bad sign.
        1. GRAY
          GRAY 4 December 2015 10: 12 New
          +3
          Quote: Mik13
          In fact, Lyamina was tied up by the MGB of the LPR, while Plotnitsky and the LNR prosecutor’s office tried very hard to dissuade him.
          Here http://yadocent.livejournal.com/767619.html

          LJ, I won’t even read; anyone and anything else writes there. You offer me more facebook to read.
          In addition, law enforcement agencies cannot work in isolation from the leadership of the republic - it is as if the FSB were fighting Putin [nonsense].

          Quote: Mik13
          By the way, everyone knows and it's no secret to anyone - this is such a common designation of anonymous sources.

          This is the simplest technique for shaping public opinion.
          And the anonymous author, as you know, is worse than a bugger - any regular LJ user will tell you this.
          Quote: Mik13
          Do you really believe that the government buys fuel for these needs? Unless he "buys" on securities, as well as some humanitarian aid.

          What are the tanks driving on? In the holy spirit or what?
          03.12.2015 15:09
          LPR takes the work of all gas stations under state control
          The state will control the operation of all gas stations operating in the LPR.

          According to Ivan Tolok, the acting director of the Lugansknefteprodukt state unitary enterprise (SUE), “The Ministry of Fuel and Energy of the LNR is currently developing a regulation that will regulate the work of all gas stations, Lugansknefteprodukt SUE will also have control functions for the price and quality of fuel. The head of the Republic, the Ministry of Fuel and Energy, is carrying out systematic painstaking work to ensure that this industry works like a clock, and, accordingly, there are no failures, ”reports LITS.

          For reference: the new state unitary enterprise (LUP) of Lugansk People's Republic of Lugansk “Lugansknefteprodukt” will be responsible for centralized fuel supplies and plans to open a network of state gas stations throughout the LPR.
          1. Mik13
            Mik13 4 December 2015 11: 28 New
            0
            Quote: GRAY
            LJ, I won’t even read; anyone and anything else writes there. You offer me more facebook to read.

            In this particular post, the author simply collected in one place all the publications of the LPR media on this topic. So I recommend you still look.

            Quote: GRAY
            In addition, law enforcement agencies cannot work in isolation from the leadership of the republic - it is as if the FSB were fighting Putin [nonsense].

            I greatly respect your right to have a personal opinion, but, to my great regret, the surrounding reality refutes it.

            Quote: GRAY
            This is the simplest technique for shaping public opinion.
            And the anonymous author, as you know, is worse than a bugger - any regular LJ user will tell you this.

            A particularly piquant statement on the subject of anonymity from an anonymous commentator.

            As for the formation of public opinion ... You know, as soon as at least some semblance of a law appears in LDN, journalists will immediately move from LiveJournal to normal media. And then somehow often they began to disappear. Even in VO several cases were raised.

            Quote: GRAY

            Quote: Mik13
            Do you really believe that the government buys fuel for these needs? Unless he "buys" on securities, as well as some humanitarian aid.

            What are the tanks driving on? In the holy spirit or what?
            03.12.2015 15:09

            Dear, the question was about are buying they him or not. There are other sources of fuel in the Republics. Especially if the fuel is intended for tanks.
  5. Belousov
    Belousov 4 December 2015 09: 46 New
    +1
    Again, some muddy things are happening there. This is sad, not for that people shed blood so that someone profited ...
  6. Rostislav
    Rostislav 4 December 2015 10: 11 New
    0
    You are 100% right to fix the situation
    desire is needed, but it is not yet., everyone is waiting for the magic pendal

    Why does our forward movement often result from a good kick in the ass?
  7. wild
    wild 4 December 2015 11: 20 New
    0
    In peacetime, double basses dragged solarium and gasoline to Ukraine around the clock. For example, we have only one prominent figure dragging a gas truck with mikrik with huge huge tanks around the clock, and he has 5 mikrik pieces. The tank farm is shorter than the illegal one, gasoline was purchased by fuel trucks. Now the shop is covered, that's all. So this is a good business and there is probably no reason to cover it for those who feed around it from two sides, it is a pity only people.
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  9. vladek64
    vladek64 4 December 2015 12: 10 New
    +1
    to lease to any interested fuel company from Russia several gas stations of the same Akhmetov.


    That is, replace one oligarch with another oligarch ...
    And what was the point of starting this whole war, if after some time you get the same thing, only with different names of the oligarchs?

    Now is the time to not call on new oligarchs, but to create a state fuel company of the LPR and to independently supply the republic with fuel, and at the same time to substantially replenish the budget.

    In other words PEOPLE republic, may create a national fuel company. And profits will go to people's needs.
    Because if you call the oligarchs again, then what is the nationality of this republic?

    And there is no need to talk about the fact that the state is an ineffective owner. The example of Ukraine clearly shows how "effective private owners" plundered and destroyed the country. True, they are now called oligarchs.
  10. mvg
    mvg 4 December 2015 13: 55 New
    0
    Yesterday DNI. Makeevka. liter of 92 gasoline - 75 rubles. Tear off.
  11. BRDM2M
    BRDM2M 4 December 2015 16: 18 New
    +4
    Guys, everything is very sad, there are no people's republics here! All faces that were the same and remained
  12. red rocket
    red rocket 4 December 2015 19: 59 New
    +1
    Now there is no social idiom, only money!
  13. Massik
    Massik 4 December 2015 23: 10 New
    +2
    Well, yes, oil is getting cheaper gasoline is getting more expensive, oil is getting more expensive and gasoline is also growing in price with it. This is not somewhere in the former Zakrajina, but even earlier than the USSR. It's in Russia...
    We have a large country and a lot of riches, only all this is no longer ours, but "privatizatory" ...
  14. sapporo1959
    sapporo1959 5 December 2015 00: 17 New
    +1
    Well, if in Russia itself they don’t put things in order, then what can we say about the republics? Like a head and an ass!