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The Ministry of Energy recommended changes to the feasibility study of the Amur Refinery due to changes in the tax system - EastRussia | Far East

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The Energy Ministry recommended changes to the feasibility study of the Amur Refinery due to changes in the tax system

The meeting on the implementation of the project was held at the Ministry of Energy on the eve.

The Energy Ministry recommended changes to the feasibility study of the Amur Refinery due to changes in the tax system
The meeting discussed the issues of oil supplies to the Amur refinery. The Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation, Alexander Novak, proposed using the Uyar railway terminal to supply the plant with raw materials, which had previously been used for deliveries to the Khabarovsk refinery, and is now used for deliveries to the Komsomolsk refinery.

Now for the Komsomolsk refinery a branch is being built from the pipeline, so the terminal’s capacity may be freed. However, representatives of the refinery still hope for oil supplies via the pipe, despite Transneft’s categorical response with a refusal to cooperate with the Amur Refinery.

Earlier on Eastrussia.ru сообщалосьthat Deputy Energy Minister Kirill Molodtsov admitted that at the moment the authorities have not decided on the feasibility of the Amur Refinery project, since, according to the conclusion of the VNIPINeft design institute, the construction of a plant is not advisable.