Belarus resumes oil refining from Russia

On January 1, Russian companies stopped oil supplies from the Russian Federation, and on January 6 – resumed.

On January 6, the Belarusian Naftan refinery resumed oil refining from Russia, BusinessCensor reports.

The refinery has received 26.5 thousand tons of raw materials since the evening of January 4.

“Oil from Russia is delivered to Naftan, after resuming supplies from 5 p.m. on January 4, the company received 26.5 thousand tons of crude oil. The refinery maintains minimal load”, the spokesman said.

It should be reminded that from January 1, 2020, Russian companies stopped supplying oil to Belarus, the parties could not agree on a price.

On January 4, Belneftekhim announced the conclusion of its first contract this year with a Russian oil company.

“Today at 5:05 p.m. pumping units have already been switched on and oil is being supplied in the direction of Naftan. As the routing orders are completed, volume will be added and deliveries will be made, including for Mozyr Oil Refinery”, Vladimir Sizov, chairman of the Belneftekhim concern, said earlier.

As reported, Russia and Ukraine had transferred the jurisdiction of oil dispute settlement to Singapore.

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