Belarus wants to replace Russian transit with oil supplies through Ukraine and the Baltic states

In anticipation of the next stage of the tax maneuver in the oil industry, which is scheduled for 2020, the Belarusian authorities are evaluating the possibility of supplying “black gold” from other countries.




Svetlana Gurina, deputy chairman of the Belneftekhim concern, said this in an interview with one of the Belarusian publications.
According to her, the concern’s management is considering the possibility of supplying raw materials from the CIS countries, the Middle East, and Africa to Belarusian refineries, both through Ukrainian ports and through the ports of the Baltic states.

She also noted that the reason for the search for alternative oil supplies was the expectation of the next rise in the cost of Russian raw materials for Belarusian refineries at the next stage of the tax maneuver.

Svetlana Gurina believes that the next rise in the price of Russian oil will bring its value closer to world oil and will negatively affect the competitiveness of Belarusian refineries.

The situation around the Belarusian oil refining industry clearly demonstrates how it survived economy republic, and its budget was filled.

Moreover, according to the statement of the head of the Department of Tax and Customs policy The Ministry of Finance, as a result of a maneuver and with a fixed oil price of $ 40 per barrel, for two years the additional revenues of the Russian oil industry will amount to 2 trillion rubles.
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  2. Victor N Offline
    Victor N (Victor n) 29 October 2019 16: 50
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    It is impossible to understand these twitches: transaction costs will still grow - it is useless to argue with geography! World oil prices are known, transportation costs for its delivery to Belarus and the delivery of petroleum products to consumers will be high. Well, the wrong business! And there is a way .......
  3. gorenina91 Online
    gorenina91 (Irina) 29 October 2019 19: 44
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    - Yes, it’s just that Belarus needs to be occupied with something so that bad thoughts do not get into her head ...
    - Well, why does Russia today need a “second Dill” in the person of Belarus ??? Who needs this ???

    Svetlana Gurina believes that the next rise in the price of Russian oil will bring its value closer to world oil and will negatively affect the competitiveness of Belarusian ...

    - Yes, it will, but it will anyway ... that with "expensive" oil, that with "cheap" ...
    - And with whom is Belarus, constantly being under the “warm wing” of Russia, is going to compete “adult” in the world market ???
    - It was just that Russia just yesterday, the day before yesterday, laid a powerful new gas pipeline through the entire territory of Belarus ...
    - Now, “A” and “B” would have been sitting “on the pipe” for a long time and not engaged in nonsense ...
    - And Poland would become dependent on Russian gas ... - And Germany would aggravate relations with Poland; and the United States would be tortured to reconcile them and would not have poked so zealously with its LNG in general in the West. Europe ...
    - But the stupid Gazprom tried to lay some endless gas pipelines along the bottom of the seas ... that across the Baltic, that across the Black Sea ... a solid deribas ... - Our greedy oligarchs decided to save, and flew into monstrous grandmas to the utmost ... -Also, this stupid Gazprom "framed" Russia so that today it has to endlessly "get out" with Turkey and the West. Europe ... and even with dwarf Denmark ... - Gazprom itself created both problems and competitors ...
    - Well, as for Belarus, Russia will have to fork out ... - Just periodically, at least a quarter, hold joint Russian-Belarusian meetings and constantly make some kind of oil price adjustments ... regardless of the quotations of world exchanges ... and the state of world oil prices ... And Russia has nowhere to go ... Anyway, I have to ...
  4. 123 Offline
    123 (123) 29 October 2019 21: 44
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    Svetlana Gurina believes that the next rise in the price of Russian oil will bring its value closer to world oil and will negatively affect the competitiveness of Belarusian refineries.

    And the raw materials

    from the CIS countries, the Middle East, Africa

    hope to receive at prices below world? Well, good luck to Papa in this noble cause, let him agree. laughing
    Correctly decided, "walk like a walk," fellow also pay extra for delivery, and at the same time refineries to convert to another oil. A brilliant solution, we are waiting for a decision on the purchase of coal in Pennsylvania. laughing It’s good that they bought the gas pipeline, otherwise the brains would peck on gas no worse than the “non-brothers”. Yes, and that is still unknown, maybe they will. sad
    In general, the sovereign decision of a sovereign state, they have the right to be engaged. In the end, what does state interest, some economy mean, against the desire to sit on the throne at all costs?