Russian gasoline grades

Russian refiners currently provide three grades of gasoline for commercial and industrial vehicles: A-76, A-92, and A-95. Over the next 3 years, Sibneft plans to install new alkylation and catalytic reforming units in its Omsk refinery for a total of $112 million. This will allow the company to begin commercial production of A-98 high-octane gasoline late next year while increasing output of A-95 and A-92 (Fig. 1). Photo courtesy of Sibneft.Click here to enlarge imageWhereas A-76 gasoline fuels Russian automobiles of older vintage and medium to heavy-duty trucks, A-92 and A-95 can be used for automobile imports and Russian vehicles in general. The definition of Russian gasoline grades d...

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