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Refinery construction in Amur region postponed due to lack of raw materials - EastRussia | Far East






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Construction of refineries in the Amur region was postponed due to lack of raw materials

The project of the Amur Oil Refinery, which is intended primarily for the export of petroleum products to China, is not implemented because investors have not provided guarantees for the supply of raw materials to the plant. This was stated by Deputy Prime Minister - Plenipotentiary of the President in the Far Eastern Federal District Yury Trutnev.

He reported RBCthat the situation that has occurred is not critical, since the budget has not spent anything on this project. As planned, in Russia there should have been no more than 20% of products, the rest was planned to be delivered to China.

The plant in the village of Berezovka of the Amur Region, near the Chinese border, was to be built by the Amur Energy Company (AEC), which was controlled by the Chinese Meng Lan Xing He. She promised to finance a construction project worth more than 120 billion rubles by 90%. They wanted to launch the first stage of the enterprise this year, but this will not happen - the project initiators could not agree with the oil companies on the supply of raw materials to the refinery.