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Transbaikalia authorities will ask wholesale fuel suppliers to revise the terms of fuel supply

Acting Governor of Transbaikalia, Alexander Osipov, commissioned to organize uninterrupted supply of fuel and lubricants to the region, where the situation at gas stations remains tense. On his instructions, wholesale suppliers will send an appeal on the revision of the timing of fuel supplies to the region, including to remote tank farms.

Now motorists in Transbaikalia continue to line up for cheap gasoline at individual gas stations. According to the press service of the regional government, in the regions there is a significant difference in fuel prices.

At a meeting in the regional government, company representatives said that there were problems with the supply of fuel and lubricants from tank farms to petrol stations. According to businessmen, in areas of fuel prices are higher due to the fact that it is expensive and time-consuming for fuel trucks to take, and there are downtime on the railway.

Representatives of independent gas stations said that in order to sustainably reduce the retail price of gasoline, it is necessary to conclude agreements with wholesale suppliers on direct deliveries to long-distance oil depots. Alexander Osipov stressed that there should be no shortage of fuel in the regional market and instructed members of the government, together with the Trans-Baikal Railway, to investigate the causes of downtime and reduce the time needed for fuel supplies to the region.