Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, May 10
By Huseyn Hasanov – Trend:
In January – April 2019, 579,500 tons of oil products were exported from refineries in Turkmenistan's Turkmenbashi and Seydi cities, Trend reports via "Neutral Turkmenistan" newspaper.
During the reported period, the share of the country's largest refinery in Turkmenbashi in the total exports of oil products amounted to 40.7 percent. The exports included RON-95 gasoline, aviation kerosene, heating oil, road bitumen.
Also, during the reported period, the planned amount for the production of oil products was exceeded.
The highest amount of surplus was recorded in the production of fuel, polypropylene, liquefied gas, petroleum bitumen and lubricating oils. In the production of gasoline of all brands, the share of surplus amounted to 64,000 tons.
In this group of oil products, 52,600 tons of RON-95 gasoline and 35,000 tons of RON-92 gasoline were produced in excess of the plan. Above the expected volume, almost 10,000 tons of kerosene of all kinds were produced. At the same time, the surplus production of lighting kerosene and technical kerosene amounted to 11,600 tons and 3,800 tons, respectively.
In the production of all types of diesel fuel, the amount of surplus was 29,000 tons. The largest amount of surplus was noted in the production of L-02-62 diesel fuel, which amounted to 184,000 tons. Surplus in the production of polypropylene, liquefied gas and petroleum bitumen amounted to over 6,000 tons, 5,500 tons and 33,000 tons, respectively.