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"Rosneft" acknowledged that there was a "negative situation" with the supply of gasoline in the Far East

Rosneft admitted that there were problems with the supply of gasoline to independent operators of filling stations in the Far East. This was reported by the TASS agency with reference to the director of the department of regional sales of Rosneft Avril Conroy.

“We provided the product for our entire retail. We had no stops anywhere. And we have always tried to provide independent operators to the maximum. But it is also important to note that we are not the only oil company. If someone first wanted to buy from others, and suddenly came to me tomorrow, I, of course, cannot provide the entire volume of the product, ”she said.

Conroy added that "there was a negative situation in the Far East." "Of course, to say that there was not a single problem, it would be wrong. But we are constantly working on this "- she added.

Earlier it was reported that the Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) expects from the subsidiaries of Gazprom Neft and Rosneft to meet the requirements for the supply of gasoline to independent gas station operators in the Moscow region and the Far East in the near future. 

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