The transit of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) through Ukraine in the first quartile 2020 fell by 21.3%, to 170,6 thousand tons, compared to the same period of 2019 (216,8 thousand tons).
About this enkorr reported in "Consulting group A-95" with reference to data from our own research, reports Biznestsentr.
Transit by rail decreased by 21.6% to 135,3 thousand tons. Through sea handling, it declined 20.3% to 35.3 thousand tonnes due to the cessation of supply of the Kazakh resource.
Over 95% of all transit had on Russian LPG: in the first three months 2020 transit decreased by 18%, to of 163, 7 thousand tons.
Of them of 35.3 thousand tonnes delivered to ports – Izmail (32.2 thousand tons) and Reni (3.1 million tonnes) – for further transhipment to Romania. Compared to the first quarter of 2019 rossiyskogoo LPG transit via ports increased by 11%.
The rest 128,5 thousand tons of Russian LPG transit transported by rail. The main volume of 86 thousand tons (+1,8% compared to the first quarter of 2019) – sent to Poland, 29 thousand tons (-49,5%) in Hungary. The cooled part is supplied to Serbia and Moldova.
The transit of Belarusian LPG in the first quarter amounted to 6.5 thousand tons, shipments of Kazakh resource practically implemented.
In 2019, the LPG transit via Ukraine decreased by 38.5%, to 692,3 kt,ROS compared to the 2018 year (1.1 million tons).