Algeria will achieve diesel self-sufficiency from

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Algeria will achieve diesel self-sufficiency from 2015

Algeria will achieve the goal of reducing material costs and improving product quality at the same time. Algeria will achieve diesel self-sufficiency from 2015

July 4, 2014

[China paint information] Algeria's national oil and gas company (Sonatrach) said that Algeria's renovated domestic refineries will be fully put into production from 2015, and Algeria will stop importing diesel at that time

in 2012, Afghanistan imported 2million tons of diesel oil and 500000 tons of gasoline. In the first quarter of 2014, despite the rising demand for diesel oil across the country, Afghanistan imported only 300000 tons of diesel oil, which changed the momentum of its diesel import in the past. In the first quarter, imported diesel oil from Afghanistan was designed to fill the domestic demand gap during the refinery common fault 5 in Algiers, skikda and arze (Oran province). Diesel and gasoline are widely used in Afghanistan's industrial and agricultural fields because of their low prices. From 2000 to 2013, the number of cars in Afghanistan jumped from 2.9 million to 5.5 million, which also triggered a surge in domestic demand for diesel and gasoline. At present, diesel sales account for 70% of the sales of hydrocarbon fuels in Afghanistan. At the end of 2013, the total sales of hydrocarbon fuels in Afghanistan were 14million tons

Algeria expects the annual output of diesel oil after the renovation of its refineries to reach 3million tons, which will make the total annual output of Algeria's Sonatrach as high as 10million tons. At that time, Afghanistan's annual output of gasoline will exceed 4million tons. At the same time, it will stop producing leaded gasoline and only produce 90 and 95 unleaded gasoline to form a rail transit industrial cluster; Based on the fact that the development of Yuanda is expected to be completed in 2020, it can be built in two ways

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