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FAS proposes to subsidize the supply of kerosene in the Far Eastern Federal District

FAS proposes to subsidize the supply of kerosene in the Far Eastern Federal District
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The Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) offers to extend the program of subsidizing fuel supplies to the Far East not only on gasoline and diesel fuel, but also on jet fuel. The ministry believes that the mechanism should apply to all types of fuel.

As told TASS Armen Hanyan, Head of the Regulatory Department of the Fuel and Energy Complex and the Chemical Industry of the Federal Antimonopoly Service, the agency immediately proposed to subsidize the supply of all types of fuel, and still holds this position.

According to Deputy Minister of Finance of Russia Alexei Sazanov, to increase the volume of subsidies for gasoline and diesel supplies to the Far East to four thousand rubles per ton, the budget will additionally need six to eight billion rubles a year. Therefore, there will still be a discussion on this subject. The final decision on this matter will be made by the government.

At the same time, the government now offers to give subsidies not to oil refineries, but to any consignor - to persons who determine pricing policy in the Far East.

The idea of ​​subsidizing fuel supplies to oil refineries in the Far East approved by the vice prime minister Yuri Borisov. He instructed the relevant departments to develop a draft relevant resolution before March 10.

To enter additional compensation The Russian government proposed last summer to oil refineries for delivering fuel to the Far East. They decided to stimulate refineries from other regions to increase deliveries to the east amid a shortage of processing capacities in the Far Eastern Federal District.

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