SOCAR imported 4,000 tons of gasoline from Lithuania to Ukraine in July
In July this year, SOCAR Energy Ukraine imported 4,000 tons of motor gasoline to Ukraine, Report informs referring to the Ukrainian media.
According to the report of the consulting group ‘A-95,’ this is 0,100 tons or 2.6 percent more than in June. All volumes of the gasoline imported by the Azerbaijani company to Ukraine came from Lithuania.
Imports of motor gasoline to the Ukrainian market in July 2021 amounted to 109,100 tons, which is practically the same as in July last year (108,800 tons).
Gasoline supplies from Belarus decreased by 22 percent compared to July 2020, to 69,500 tons. At the same time, compared to June, gasoline supplies from Belarus increased by 60 percent.
Last month, 29,600 tons of automobile fuel were imported from Lithuania to Ukraine, which is 10,000 tons or 51 percent more than in the same month last year.
In addition, Romania remains an alternative destination for Ukrainian operators. In total, 9,900 tons of fuel were supplied from this country in July: 8,100 tons accounted for sea supplies and 1,800 tons for railway transport.
In January-July this year, 676,300 tons of gasoline were imported to Ukraine, which is 14 percent more than in seven months of last year.