Sibur goes on selling products via the Ukrainian ports

Sibur goes on selling products via the Ukrainian ports in the Black Sea but in small volumes, the sales and marketing director of Sibur, A. Rodichev, said.

We keep working from time to time via the Ukrainian ports (Odessa, Ilichevsk) but in small volumes. The Russian ports, primarily Taman, are more attractive despite of higher transshipment rates. We use the Ukrainian ports in cases when the technological or weather restrictions don’t allow to transship the volumes via the Russian ports, Mr. Rodichev said.

Sibur’s LPG is mostly sold via the Ukrainian ports.

In 2015 the total export of Sibur’s LPG will grow against 2014 due to the expansion of production and restricted consumption in the domestic market. The same tendencies are expected in 2016. The growth of LPG export is primarily held via the terminal in Ust-Luga constructed for LPG supply to the markets of the North-Western Europe that use pure fractions for oil chemicals processing but not the mixtures for fuel needs, Mr. Rodichev added.

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