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The Khabarovsk refinery has a chance to receive tax benefits from the government
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev may instruct the Ministry of Finance, the Energy Ministry and other departments to submit a draft federal law on adjusting the tax maneuver to the government next month. Thanks to this, the Khabarovsk oil refinery will receive support.
As reported "Vedomosti", information on the document is in the draft protocol to the meeting with the premier. However, the sources of the publication noted that it was not the final one and could still be corrected. In the draft law there are amendments that it is necessary to establish logistical surcharges when calculating the reverse excise on oil for the refineries of the Far East, KhMAO, Ugra and Kemerovo region. These amendments, in particular, will affect Khabarovsk refinery Neftegazholdinga Eduard Khudainatov and Komsomolsk refinery Rosneft.
Initially, the DFO was not included in the list of regions where the government was ready to subsidize the cost of oil if it was converted to gasoline and diesel fuel of the Euro-5 class on the Russian market. In August of this year, the owner of "Neftegazholding" Eduard Khudainatov asked the Russian government to grant benefits - an increase factor of two or at least 1,6 - to the Khabarovsk refinery within the framework of the tax maneuver. If the request is approved, the company will receive in the next five years from the budget up to 50 billion rubles.