Turkmenistan remains the leader among the suppliers of jet fuel to Georgia
13:55 12.01.2021 1100
For 11 months of 2020, Turkmenistan exported to Georgia more than 40 thousand tons of jet fuel produced at the Turkmenbashi complex of oil refineries. This amounted to about 80% of the total volume of Georgian imports of aviation kerosene, according to the website of the Union of Importers of Oil Products of Georgia.
Thus, for several years in a row, Turkmenistan has been the leader in the list of the main exporters of aviation fuel to Georgia, successfully competing with suppliers from Turkey, Romania and other countries.
Other oil products produced by TCOR are also in stable demand in Georgia. Thus, from January to November, more than 93 thousand tons of motor gasoline and diesel fuel came from Turkmenistan to the Georgian market.
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