Major oil refinery in Kazakhstan exceeds planned volume
Baku, Azerbaijan, August 2
By Nargiz Sadikhova - Trend:
During June 2019, Pavlodar Oil Chemistry Refinery of Kazakhstan processed 443,630 tons of raw material instead of planned 443,000 tons, Trend reports with reference to the press office of the Ministry of Energy of Kazakhs ran.
“The depth of processing equaled 88.41 percent instead of planned 79.54 percent, whereas the output of light oil amounted to 67.91 percent instead of planned 65.99 percent,” the report said.
“Furthermore, the plant produced 121,410 tons of K4 class petrol and 144,960 tons of K4 diesel fuel,” the statement said.
“The output of RT jet fuel stood at 12,980 tons, of road bitumen at 40,100 tons, of hydrocarbon liquefied gases at 22,740 tons, of oil fuel at 42,380 tons,” the report said.
Pavlodar Oil Chemistry Refinery is the largest enterprise in the northeast of Kazakhstan for oil refining and production of oil products and one of the three oil refineries of the Republic, 100 percent of shares are owned by KazMunayGas company.
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