Kazakhstan government to introduce measures to regulate export of mineral oil
Astana. May 5. Kazakhstan Today - Kazakhstan government plans to introduce complex of measures to regulate export of mineral oil. The Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Karim Masimov informed today at the selector government meeting , the agency reports. The Prime Minister charged "to develop within a week a complex of measures on mineral oil." The Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources of Kazakhstan Sauat Mynbayev considers "we should accept a complex of measures for regulation of export of mineral oil, taking into account the decisions regarding export duties for oil." There will be significant attempts of re-export of mineral oil," the Minister considers. According to S. Mynbayev, in the first quarter of 2008 export of diesel oil from Kazakhstan made 279 thousand tons that is by 1.5 times as much than during the similar period of 2007. Gasoline has been exported by 1.5 times as much. In the first quarter of 2008 Kazakhstan exported 42 thousand tons of gasoline, including 36 thousand tons to CIS countries and 24 thousand tons to Kyrgyzstan.
Resourse: Kazakhstan Today