Russia May Import 5.8 Tons of Oil Products From Belarus in 2012

Russia may import about 5.8 million metric tons of Euro-4 quality fuel from Belarus in 2012 after limited shipments this year, according to Vladimir Tretyakov, head of the Naftan plant in Belarus.

The deal is part of an agreement for Russia to provide the Mozyr and Naftan refineries with crude, Tretyakov said Dec. 2 at the World Refining Association conference in Geneva.

The oil products will come from the Mozyr and Naftan plants, Tretyakov said.

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