Astana, July 4 - Neftegaz.RU.
Kazakhstan can export 30,000 tons of gasoline in July if the bilateral agreement will be inked, Vlast
reported citing Vice Energy Minister of Kazakhstan Mahambet Dosmuhambetov.
Agreements with Belarus
and Kyrgyzstan are planned for signing, he said, negotiations are under way. "Export will begin after signing of the deals," he said.
In March, Kazakhstan signed into law amendments to the agreement with Russia on trade and economic cooperation in the field of oil deliveries dated 9 December 2010. This deal allows Kazakhstan to start exporting gasoline to the 3rd nations.
On June 20, Kazakhstan's Energy Minister Kanat Bozumbayev
said that Kazakhstan plans to export its 1st 60,000-70,000 tons of gasoline RON-92 and 10,000-15,000 tons of RON-95 gasoline in the near future.
Bozumbayev specified that Kazakhstan will start exporting gasoline to Central Asia and Europe: "Negotiations are still ahead and the export of Kazakh gasoline from the Atyrau refinery will be carried out to other countries, countries that are not in the Eurasian Economic Union - these are Central Asian
and European countries ".