LNG, Tajikistan Oil and Gas

Tajikistan increases LNG imports

Tajikistan increases LNG imports to 67,705 tons (+17,752 tons) for $41.838 million, the Ministry of Energy and Water Resources of the state reports. The agency claims that fuel imports will increase every year proportionally to car imports. Now a half of cars in the Tajikistan use liquefied hydrocarbon fuel. A ton of the fuel delivered to the customs board of Tajikistan was $618 in average last year, and remained nearly unchanged. Kazakhstan shares 91% in the supplies, Russia shares 6.6%, and Turkmenistan shares 2.4%.
 
Translated by Nadezhda Poltoratskaya

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In the first 10 months, Tajikistan imported over 174 thousand tons of liquefied gas

Over 174 thousand tons of liquefied gas were imported by Tajikistan in the first ten months of the current year. This is by 108 thousand tons more than in the same period of 2012, the republic’s Ministry of Energy and Industry reported.

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