Ministry of energy: the situation with fuel supply remains stable

Ministry of energy: the situation with fuel supply remains stable


MOSCOW, November 27. The Republic of Crimea of fuel remains stable, its reserves for gas turbine power plants (GTPP) exceed 24 days. This is stated in the message the Ministry of energy of the Russian Federation.

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“In accordance with the instruction of Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Russian energy Ministry with the active support of the oil and transport companies as well as commodity exchanges in a short time there was organized additional supply to the Peninsula of motor fuels. This will significantly increase their reserves and eliminate the possibility of deficit in the CFD even in the face of increased demand from consumers, caused by the connection of generator sets”, – stated in the message Department.

According to the Ministry, taking into account deliveries from mainland Russia on November 26 fuel supplies for other consumers on the main types of petroleum products are: motor gasoline – up to 15 days; diesel fuel – up to 24 days.

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A state of emergency

The emergency mode operates in the Crimea from the 22nd of November. In connection with the termination of the supply of electricity from Ukraine on the Peninsula entered schedule rolling blackout.

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The Ministry of energy: the electric power is given to all villages of Crimea

As reported, at the meeting of the interdepartmental operational headquarters for the energy supply of the Crimea it was decided to put in Sevastopol additionally, 10 mobile generators with capacity of 150 kW. 24 November, on the instructions of the head of EMERCOM Vladimir Puchkov by Il-76 aircraft in the Crimea was delivered 300 generators with a capacity of 6 kW each to the viability of the population in conditions of power shortages and blackouts. Sebastopol, 100 distributed power sources.

Electricity supplied to the Crimea from the Kherson region of Ukraine by four transmission lines. However, all four transmission lines were damaged due to the actions of Ukrainian radicals on November 22, as a result, the supply was discontinued.