Belarus increases oil transit tariffs by 8.3-8.9% in February

January 27, 2014

On 1 February 2014 the tariffs for oil transportation through Belarus will rise by an average of 8.3-8.9%, BelTA reported on January 24. The move is envisaged by Economy Ministry’s Resolutions No.2 and No.3 of 20 January 2014, reads the official website of the National Legal Internet Portal, BelTA has learnt.

Thus, the tariff for oil transportation via Gomeltransneft Druzhba and Polotsktransneft Druzhba pipelines on Unecha-Adamovo route (Germany, Poland) will make up RUB214.09 per tonne, on Unecha-Brody route (Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Bosnia and Herzegovina) - RUB91.96. For Nevel-Polotsk-Vysokoye (Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Ukraine) the tariff will be increased to RUB26.68 per tonne,

Starting from 1 February the tariff for Nevel-Polotsk (Naftan) will go up to RUB25.98. The tariff for Unecha-Polotsk (Naftan) will make up RUB99.71 per tonne, for Nevel-Polotsk-Unecha (for Mozyr Oil Refinery) RUB22.47 per tonne. The tariff for Unecha-Mozyr (Mozyr Oil Refinery) will amount to RUB45.63; for Brody-Mozyr (Mozyr Oil Refinery) – RUB15.59 per tonne.

Copyright: BelTA, 2014