"KazTransOil" ups tariffs for Russian oil transportation to Uzbekistan for 2018
Baku, Azerbaijan, Dec.25
By Nigar Guliyeva – Trend:
Kazakhstan's KazTransOil has approved new tariffs for the transportation of Russian oil through Kazakhstan to Uzbekistan for 2018, the company said in a message Dec.25.
Under the order of the acting general director (chairman of the management board) of JSC "KazTransOil", for non-residents starting January 2018 the cost of transportation of oil along the route "border of the Russian Federation with the Republic of Kazakhstan - oil loading point Shagyr" is set in the amount of $12.85 (compared to $11.7) for a ton per 1000 km (without VAT); loading of oil into railway tanks at the oil loading station "Shagyr" in the amount of $0.84 (compared to $0.8 ) per ton (excluding VAT).
Also, the cost of transportation of Russian oil for the purposes of transit through the territory of Kazakhstan to Uzbekistan in the amount of $25.12 (compared to $22.9 ) per a ton (excluding VAT) was established for non-residents, including: the cost of pumping oil along the route "the border of the Russian Federation with the Republic Kazakhstan - the oil loading station "Shagyr", taking into account the $24.28 (compared to $22.1 ) per a ton (excluding VAT) tariff; tariff for loading oil in railway tanks at the oil loading station "Shagyr" - $0.84 (compared to $0.8) per a ton (excluding VAT).
In Uzbekistan in 2010-2016, gasoline production decreased by 26.2 percent, diesel fuel - by 8.3 percent, while imports of hydrocarbons increased 1.3 times.
The Uzbek side inked agreements on the pumping of Russian oil through Kazakhstan to Uzbekistan to solve the gasoline shortage.
In addition, the government decided to modernize the existing oil refineries and build a new one in the Jizzakh region.