Rosneft did not rule out restrictions on supplies via Druzhba

BERLIN, Sep 16 – PRIME. German-based refinery PCK, owned by Rosneft, has warned of possible short-term restrictions on crude oil supplies via the Druzhba pipeline.

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“We are preparing for possible short-term restrictions on the supply of crude oil via Druzhba,” the company said in a statement. It is specified that today part of the supply of crude oil passes through the port of Rostock.

Rosneft, through its German subsidiaries, owns 54.17% of this refinery. Earlier on Friday, the German Ministry of Economy announced that the German government was transferring Rosneft Deutschland and RN Refining & Marketing, Rosneft’s structures, to the Federal Network Agency (BNA) in trust.

“The trust management of Rosneft Deutschland does not mean that PCK is under trust management … We remain focused on the safe and reliable operation of the refinery,” the company commented.

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The refinery of PCK Raffinerie GmbH is located in the German city of Schwedt. The location of the refinery makes it possible to supply Urals oil via the Druzhba pipeline. The plant’s capacity is 11.6 million tons per year (the current share of Rosneft in the plant’s capacity is 6.3 million tons per year), the Nelson index is 9.8. Shareholders: Rosneft – 54.17%, Shell – 37.5%, Eni – 8.33%.


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