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The governor of Kamchatka Krai and the vice-president of NK Rosneft discussed a framework agreement between the region and the company

Governor of the Kamchatka Territory Vladimir Ilyukhin held a working meeting with the Vice President of OJSC NK Rosneft Viktor Ishaev, during which the issue of signing an agreement between the government of the Kamchatka Region and OJSC NK Rosneft was discussed. According to the press service of the regional administration, the document is expected to be signed in October.

“The agreement will be of a framework nature, but it affects the most important aspects of the region's economy - the supply of oil products to the peninsula,” said Vladimir Ilyukhin. “We are talking not only about the retail trade of automobile fuel, but also about the opening of a tank farm in Kamchatka with a capacity of 50-60 thousand tons, so that we can bunker ships sailing along the Northern Sea Route.”

Victor Ishaev highly appreciated the importance of investment projects being implemented by the state corporation in the Asia-Pacific region. “We, as Far Easterners, have been saying for many years that the center of the world economy is the Asia-Pacific region. The figures confirm this = more than 60% of the gross product is produced here, - emphasized Victor Ishaev. “There are reserves here for economic growth, so the company has very serious intentions and plans in the region.”

It was indicated at the meeting that NK Rosneft intends to engage not only in the wholesale supply of petroleum products to the peninsula, but also in retail sales. And not only through our own network, but also through other gas stations existing in Kamchatka.

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