In January-September, oil exports from Russia to non-CIS countries decreased by 10.2%

In January-September, oil exports from Russia to non-CIS countries decreased by 10.2%

In January-September, oil exports from Russia to non-CIS countries decreased by 10.2%

Export of Russian oil to non-CIS countries for the three quarters of 2020 amounted to 167.44 million tons, which is 10.2% lower than the same indicator in 2019, according to the operational summary of the Central Dispatch Office of the Fuel and Energy Complex. Average daily exports were fixed at 4.48 million barrels. Leap year correction included.

Through the oil pipeline system of AK “Transneft (MCX: TRNF_p)”, in the first nine months of this year, 149.68 million tons of crude oil were exported to the far abroad (of which 134.93 million tons are Russian resources), bypassing Transneft – 32, 5 million tons.

In September, 16.37 million tons of Russian crude oil were exported to non-CIS countries. Compared to the same month last year, exports fell by 21.5%. Average daily exports amounted to 4 million barrels.

Transit of Kazakhstan for three quarters of 2020 amounted to 11.98 million tons (in September – 1.18 million tons), Turkmenistan – 1.71 million tons (240.58 thousand tons), Belarus – 787 thousand tons (143 thousand tons). tons), Azerbaijan – 278.91 thousand tons (79.76 thousand tons).

In three quarters of 2020, Russian oil companies reduced oil supplies to Belarus by 34% – to 8.66 million tons. Exports to the near abroad decreased by 34% to 8.66 million tons of oil.

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