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Vetek signs contracts on supply products of Odessa refinery with leading international traders Vitol and Trafigura

The main grade of crude oil, which is consumed by the Odessa refinery, is the Urals grade from the Shaskharis terminal in the port of Novorossiysk.

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Trafigura awaits growth in Russian oil products yield by 13-15 million tons a year in 2013-2014

The international trading company Trafigura awaits the growth in Russian oil products yield by 13-15 million tons a year in 2013-2014, the President of Trafigura Eurasia, J. Kollek says at the conference Global Energy Intelligence Day in Moscow. Thus, within 2 years, oil refining will increase by 9%, oil supplies via the Russian transporting pipelines will increase by 19%, oil production in Russia will increase by 3%, and reserves will increase by 1%.
He emphasizes that the Russian ports use their transshipment capacities by only 75% , and Transneft export capacities are used by only 80%.

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In March, Rosneft received 232 billion rubles of advanced payment from Glencore and Vitol

In March, Rosneft received 232 billion rubles of advanced payment from the largest world oil-trading companies Glencore and Vitol, the Russian company reports.

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“Rosneft” to get a recurring advance at $10 billion from “Glencore” and “Vitol”

“Rosneft” will get a recurring advance in the amount of $10 billion from “Glencore” and “Vitol”, Rosneft’s presiden,t I.Sechin said.

“This week we have announced about a conclusion of an unprecedented deal with “Glencore” and “Vitol”. Within the frame of the settlement Rosneft will get a recurring advance at $10 billion,” Sechin said.

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“Rosneft” to get a recurring advance at $10 billion from “Glencore” and “Vitol”

“Rosneft” will get a recurring advance in the amount of $10 billion from “Glencore” and “Vitol”, Rosneft’s president, I.Sechin said.

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Glencore and Vitol borrow $10 billion for the purchase of oil from “Rosneft”

Oil traders Glencore and Vitol are about to attract syndicated credit at $10 billion in order to buy 67 million tons of oil from “Rosneft”.

On December 21, 2012 Rosneft, Glencore and Vitol agreed on main terms of long-term contracts on oil supply. They are about to conclude the prepaid contract for 5 years (67 million tons of oil). They plan to start the deliveries in 2013.

According to an agreement they can replace the oil volumes by appropriate petroleum products at various directions of the supply. Read more »

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