In a separate statement the Minister said that Kazakhstan extends the ban on exports of light petroleum products through the end of 2012.
Fuel prices ceiling will remain at the same level as in January.
Estimated aviation fuel consumption makes up about 600 000 tons.
Production of kerosene has come to normal. No shortages can be seen. In January a total of 32 500 tons have been produced.
Petrol prices went 24 percent up in Kazakhstan in 2011, while diesel fuel prices increase 26.2 percent.
If we don’t postpone introduction of the standards, we run the risk of facing fuel shortages: Oil Minister.
Kazakhstan Minister of Transport and Communications Berik Kamaliyev held a meeting on supply of the civil aviation with jet fuel.
Fuel prices will not change in January 2012.
The Ministry of Oil and Gas of Kazakhstan will keep 2012 fuel retail prices at the level of December 2011.
Being the National Oil and Gas Company, we are trying to resolve the issue of oil supplies to the Pavlodar-based oil refinery from Kazakhstan’s oilfields: Bolat Akchulakov.
Kazakhstan will prolong fuel export ban.
Petrol has not been supplied to Shymkent fuel stations for over ten days.
It would be more reasonable to take Kazakhstan-produced oil out of the country, get it processed and brought in back: Kazakhstan’s Oil and gas Minister Sauat Mynbayev.
Ceiling retail prices of fuel in Kazakhstan will remain the same in December.
Kazakhstan and France agreed on construction of nuclear fuel plant in East-Kazakhstan oblast.
According to the country’s Minister of Oil and Gas, Russia’s petrol is being supplied to Kazakhstan in accordance with the schedule [to overcome fuel shortages].
Analysts studied statistics of 32 countries in terms of prices of AI-95 fuel (with 95 octane number) at the end of September 2011.
We haven't made out decision about November yet, but I think they will not be changed: Oil and Gas Minister.
The decision to purchase 50 000 tons of petrol had been taken by the Kazakhstan’s Government in September against the backdrop of substantial fuel shortages.
It is the first time IAEA is working on launching a bank of low-enriched uranium: IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano.