As Ukraine seeks to diversify from dependence on Russian liquefied petroleum gas
Thursday, June 21, 2018

As Ukraine seeks to diversify from dependence on Russian liquefied petroleum gas

As Ukraine seeks to diversify from dependence on Russian liquefied petroleum gas, Kazakhstan increased its liquefied petroleum gas exports to Ukraine more than 10 times through May, UPECO consulting company reports. Tengizchevroil accounted for most of the 87,700 tons sold by Kazakhstan. In 2016, Russia exported about 800,000 tons of LPG to Ukraine.

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