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Turkmenistan Increases The Volumes Of Hydrocarbon Raw Material Processing

Tuesday, June 13, 2017 - 04:58

During the first five months of 2017, the factories of the Turkmenbashi oil refinery complex in the cities of Seydi and Turkmenbashi (Turkmenistan) fulfilled the plan for the supply of oil products by 103.5 percent and processed over 2.7 million tons of oil. In physical terms, the volume of oil refining exceeded the target figure by 92,000 tons. Since the beginning of 2017, the company produced approximately 842,000 tons of gasoline of all brands, about 835,000 tons of diesel fuel and 67,400 tons of liquefied gas. All these figures are higher than the planned level of production.


For example, in January-May, the main plant of the complex located in the city of Turkmenbashi produced more than 762,000 tons of motor gasoline, which exceeds the last year's result for the same period by 2,700 tons. The production growth rate was 167 percent for the A-95 motor gasoline, and 140.2 percent for the A-92 gasoline.


326,300 tons of the A-95 gasoline were delivered to the domestic market and exported from Turkmenistan. This result exceeded the last year's figure approximately by 24,300 tons.


Since the beginning of 2017, 81,700 tons of aviation kerosene have been exported by the main plant of the complex. The total value of export supplies increased by 12.4 percent as compared to the 2016 figure. About 207,000 tons of kerosene were produced in total, of which over 136,000 tons were exported (10.7 percent more than in 2016).


The cost of export of diesel fuel increased by 178.5 percent. The share of exports of this oil product in the overall structure of the enterprise increased from the previous 6.5 percent to 15.5 percent.


And finally, over 8,000 tons of polypropylene have been exported since the beginning of this year, which is about 50 percent more than in 2016.

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