Shebelynka plant cuts processing of gas condensate by 2.5% in eight months

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Sept. 27, 2012, 10:53 a.m. | Business — by Interfax-Ukraine

Shebelynka gas processing plant


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Shebelynka gas processing plant (Kharkiv region) January through August 2012 cut processing of gas condensate by 2.5%, or 11,700 tonnes, from the same period of 2011, to 451,900 tonnes.

As Interfax-Ukraine learnt from the Energy and Coal Industry Ministry, the plant in August 2012 alone cut processing of gas condensate by 2%, or 1,200 tonnes, from August 2011, to 58,100 tonnes.

In the eight months of 2012, the plant reduced petrol production by 3.1%, or 8,300 tonnes, to 259,900 tonnes and production of boiler oil by 2.9%, or 1,300 tonnes, to 43,000 tonnes, while output of diesel fuel rose by 0.1%, or 100 tonnes, to 119,800 tonnes.

As was reported, Shebelynka gas processing plant in 2011 boosted processing of gas condensate by 3% from 2010, to 680,300 tonnes. Petrol production increased by 5.9%, to 390,700 tonnes, that of diesel fuel by 2.7%, to 177,200 tonnes, while production of boiler oil decreased by 7%, to 68,000 tonnes.

Shebelynka plant is operated by Ukrgazvydobuvannia, a subsidiary of NJSC Naftogaz Ukrainy.

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