NUR-SULTAN, Kazakhstan – Kazakhstan will for the first time begin to export high-octane gasoline of its own production to the countries of Central Asia and Europe, Kazakhstan's Minister of Energy Kanat Bozumbayev said at a briefing on 21 June.
“The export of high-octane gasoline should start next week. We will export to the countries of Central Asia - Uzbekistan and Tajikistan - and to Afghanistan, as well as to some countries of Europe,” Bozumbayev said.
According to him, about 20% of the...
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