During the VI Eastern Economic Forum, Rosneft-Aero, Krasnoyarsk International Airport and the Center for Transport Logistics signed a trilateral agreement on cooperation for the development of fuel supply. The document provides for the implementation of an investment project for the construction of a centralized aircraft refueling system and a refueling point at the Krasnoyarsk airport. One of the largest airports in Siberia will obtain a modern highly efficient aviation refueling infrastructure which will reduce the time for aircraft servicing.The centralized refueling system allows continuous supply of jet fuel through the underground communication network to refuel aircrafts of any type. This system is 30%-40% more efficient than a refueling truck. In addition, a higher level of safety is ensured through the non-use of jet fuel tankers during the transportation of large volumes of jet fuel.Rosneft-Aero is a special-purpose subsidiary of Rosneft, an operator of the Company's jet refueling business. Since its inception in 2008, Rosneft-Aero has sold over 20 million tons of jet fuel. The enterprise provides in-wing refueling at more than 40 Russian and foreign airports. The company provides a full range of services for the supply of aviation kerosene and the organization of aircraft refueling at airports in Russia, the CIS and abroad.