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Gazprom will get a monopoly on oil supply to Kirgizia
27.02.2012 17:17
Gazprom will get a monopoly on oil supply to Kirgizia

The Kirghiz parliament has approved a project of an intergovernmental agreement on giving Gazprom Neft Asia (a subsidiary of Gazprom Neft) a monopoly right on supplying and distribution of oil products in the inner market of the country, reports the local information agency ‘24’.

The Russian gas monopoly Gazprom will supply oil to Kirgizia through its subsidiaries, says Askarbek Shadiev, the Minister of Energy of Kirgizia.

Kirghiz need is oil products is about 1 million tons a year, informs Interfax. In 2011 Gazprom supplied 700 thousand tons into the republic, about 150 thousand tons were supplied by independent traders.

Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Gazprom Neft Gazprom    

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