Russia clinches last-minute 3-3 draw with Belgium in friendly football match in SochiSport March 28, 21:40
Washington-based National Symphony Orchestra members excited to perform in RussiaSociety & Culture March 28, 21:36
'Gentlefan' continues: 'Angels' greet Belgium football fans ahead of Sochi gameSport March 28, 21:12
Scottish parliament backs new referendum on independenceWorld March 28, 20:42
Russian strategic missile carriers to take part in military drills in TajikistanMilitary & Defense March 28, 20:10
Russia’s offshore energy projects in the ArcticBusiness & Economy March 28, 19:33
US chess chief: No plot to oust current FIDE head, but it ‘would be good for the game’Sport March 28, 18:27
Putin-Rouhani meeting round-upWorld March 28, 18:23
Request for referendum against iconic Petersburg cathedral's transfer to church approvedSociety & Culture March 28, 18:13
PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKY, September 19 (Itar-Tass) — Energy companies of Russia’s Kamchatka Territory will ship energy carriers – fuel oil and coal – by reduced rail tariffs, the region’s governor, Vladimir Ilyukhin, told reporters on Monday.
“The board of the Federal Tariffs Service has taken a decision to set until the end of 2011 exclusive rail tariffs for companies providing the energy and thermal supply to the Kamchatka Territory,” he said noting that this will allow to reduce fuel oil deliveries to the region by 600 roubles (approximately 20 dollars) per tonne and partially compensate for the growth of petroleum products on the domestic market.
To curb the growth of tariffs of energy supplying companies the region’s government will take further efforts and address to the Federal Tariffs Service with a request to extend reduced tariffs for Kamchatka’s energy companies for 2012, Ilyukhin said.