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DYM Resources speaks at NEFTEKOKS 2018 in Moscow

DYM Resources will attend forum NEFTEKOKS 2018 that will take place in Moscow during 27-28 of February, 2018. The Forum, organized by CITEK, is the key event at petcoke market in Russia and CIS countries. It attracts more than 150 delegates from various industries and countries. “Petcoke production as well as its consumption in Russia […]
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Amur refinery plans to produce electrode quality petcoke

Amur refinery, which is being built by Chinese (90%) and Russian (10%) investors in Russia’s Amur region at the Far East, will be able to produce 1,5% sulphur as per current crude oil flows in the region, DYM Resources estimates. Refinery with capacity of 6 mln tons of crude oil per year currently is facing […]
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Petcoke Export Tax to Drop to 5.2 USD in September

The petcoke export tax (for green petcoke) will drop to 5.20 USD per ton in September 2016, according to the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation. The September tax will be at its lowest level since May 2016, boosting the attractiveness of petcoke export loadings. An all-time low was recorded at 2.50 USD per […]
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petcoke purchase price

Rusal’s Petcoke Purchase Price Decreased by 22% in 2015

The world’s biggest aluminum producer, UC Rusal, reports that its raw petcoke purchase price dropped by 21.7 percent in 2015. The company does not specify how much it spent for petcoke (petroleum coke) or what volume was purchased. The main reasons for the lower costs were sinking commodity prices, Russian ruble depreciation in 2015 and decreased purchase volumes. Rusal’s purchase price […]
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petroleum coke exports

Russia’s Petroleum Coke Exports Hit 130,000 Tons in 2015

Russia exported about 130,000 tons of petroleum coke in 2015, according to market information compiled by DYM Resources. Eight refineries produce petroleum coke in Russia, but only six of them participated in petroleum coke exports in 2015. Lukoil dominated the field, controlling 95 percent of total Russian petroleum coke exports. Lukoil’s Perm refinery is the largest […]
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