It is planned to supply 18.6 million tons of oil to the Russian refineries in October via the Transneft (MCX: TRNF_p) system, Igor Demin, an advisor to the monopoly president, press secretary, told reporters. This is 3% less than last month's shipments.
Export deliveries are expected in the amount of 17.5 million tons (of which Russian oil is 14.4 million tons), which is 9% more than in September.
It is planned to export 8.3 million tons by sea (an increase of 8%), including through Novorossiysk – 1.885 million tons, through Primorsk – 2.4 million tons, through Kozmino – 2.740 million tons and through Ust-Luga – 1.3 million tons.
It is planned to deliver 4 million tons via the Druzhba oil pipeline to Germany, Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia (an increase of 11%), to the refineries of Belarus – 1.570 million tons (an increase of 8%). Pumping through the ESPO pipeline to China will amount to 2.650 million tons and through Kazakhstan 850 thousand tons, a total of 3.5 million tons (an increase of 9%).