A differentiated tariff for fuel will be introduced in Kazakhstan in the near future. The forced measure is aimed at preventing a fuel crisis in the country.
In all regions of Kazakhstan, marginal prices have been set from 230 to 260 tenge per liter to date. Every day, about 4,5 thousand trucks enter the country, more than half of them are foreign. In this regard, low prices at gas stations cause an increase in the average monthly consumption of petroleum products. Approximately 120 thousand tons.
The new tariffs will differ depending on residence, consumption volumes and modes of transport.
It is planned to sell diesel fuel to foreign carriers at a rate of 450 tenge per liter in the near future. Which is double the original price.