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Gas stations in the Far East have announced a rise in fuel prices
After the agreement between the oil industry and the government of Russia to contain gasoline prices ceased, the refineries in the Far East began to raise fuel prices. The owners of gas stations were outraged and said that this violates the logic of the market, since wholesale prices were higher than retail prices.
As the RBC, the wholesale price from the Rosneft refinery in Komsomolsk-on-Amur exceeded the indicative price from the RN-Vostoknefteprodukt oil depots in Vladivostok: diesel fuel - by 7,3 thousand rubles per ton, for AI-92 gasoline - by 2,5 thousand rubles, on AI-95 - on 2,7 thousand rubles. At the same time, retail prices of large companies and independent gas station chains are still approximately at the same level: Rosneft has AI-92 43,35 rubles, and Neftegazholding, which owns the Khabarovsk refinery, 43,92 rubles.
As the head of the Primorsky Fuel Union, Vladimir Chirskov, said, Rosneft supplies fuel in a limited mode, and Neftegazholding sells no more than one ton of diesel fuel at its tank farms, there is no gasoline at all. According to Chirskov, if gas stations start selling what they bought on the stock exchange in June, then in a maximum of ten days prices at gas stations will start to grow by one or two rubles per liter.
According to the head of the Russian Fuel Union, Yevgeny Arkusha, the wholesale prices for diesel fuel in the DFO have already exceeded the marginal wholesale prices, which were set forth in the agreement between the oil industry and the government for each region. In turn, the deputy head of the Federal Antimonopoly Service, Anatoly Golomolzin, said that the situation with gasoline in the Far East is the same as in other regions. Questions are only on diesel fuel.
Recently understand the problem soaring prices on fuel in the Far East, ordered the Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. The reason was the message that gasoline prices in the DFO reached maximum values. After that, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak said that in the Far East all within normal limits. There are only additional logistical costs for the delivery of fuel to the regions, so the situation there is somewhat different. Residents do not agree with this. Today, motorists Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky will hold Protest action against rising gasoline prices.