• 20/07/2024 05:34

Naphtha refining in the Russian Federation fell to the maximum level due to drone attacks, – Bloomberg

Naphtha refining in Russia has fallen to the river minimum. The reason for this was drone strikes on refineries and extensive repairs.

This is reported by RBC-Ukraine via Bloomberg.

The data indicates that from the 11th to the 17th quarter, Russia processed 5, 22 million barrels of naphtha per day. This is approximately 10,000 barrels per day, or 0.2%, lower than the average for the previous seven days.

Bloomberg writes that Ukraine has set its sights on the important galuz of Russia, and they also state that it is impossible to limit the firing on the front line to the occupiers. It is also necessary to reduce the need to meet the Russian budget.

“Drones attacked key Russian oil refineries, which led to the current outbreak or a new outbreak,” reads the materials.

It is also written that in the period from the 11th to the 17th century, most of the affected objects were working on a level close to the front-middle level, but still below the level of productivity that was before the attacks.

Majere Current minimum of petroleum refining

Evidence shows that the increased rate of crude oil processing at oil refineries, which suffered from attacks by Ukrainian drones, averaged 1.23 million barrels from the 1st to the 17th quarter. The price is approximately 280,000 barrels per day lower, lower than the average for the period from 1 to 24 September.

The Tuapse plant is still not operating, and other damaged refineries have not restored their productivity to the same level as before the attacks. Refining of naphtha at the Norsi plant in Nizhny Novgorod is also below the Russian level.

“The average refining rate of Russian naphtha refineries was about 5.23 million barrels per day, which is close to the lowest level the herb of a bygone fate,” wrote Bloomberg.

Attacks on oil refineries in Russia

Over the past few months, drone attacks have destroyed several great oil refineries in lower regions of Russia. In most cases, important equipment was damaged, since in the minds of sanctions it is important to buy, so repairs of such factories will not be readily available.

However, the United States had a negative reaction. For example, the head of the Pentagon, Lloyd Austin, appreciates that Ukrainian attacks on Russian refineries could leave a legacy for the global situation in the energy sector.

Header of the Kerivnik to the Office of the President of Ukraine Mykhailo Podolyak, stating that Ukraine will continue to develop Russian oil refineries.

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