Oil exports from Russia to non-CIS countries fell by 15.7%

In January-May 2021, the export of Russian oil to non-CIS countries decreased by 15.7% and amounted to 85.36 million tons, Interfax reports, citing an operational summary of the Central Dispatch Office of the Fuel and Energy Complex. Average daily export – 4.14 million barrels.

Through the Transneft pipeline system, 75.51 million tons of crude oil were exported to the far abroad, bypassing it – 17.36 million tons.

From January to May 2021, Rosneft exported 36.67 million tons to non-CIS countries, Surgutneftegaz – 10.32 million, LUKOIL – 6.99 million, Tatneft – 3.13 million, Gazprom Neft – 2 , 79 million tons.

From January to May, supplies of Russian oil companies to the neighboring countries increased by 60.7%, to 5.85 million tons. This is about Belarus.

The volume of oil and gas condensate production over five months decreased by 6.3%, to 212.22 million tons. The volume of gas production increased by 11% and amounted to 325.25 billion cubic meters. m.

Earlier, the largest oil producing countries confirmed their adherence to the previous OPEC + agreements, within the framework of which they will increase production by 2 million barrels in May-July. per day.

Details – in the material of “Kommersant” “OPEC + does not want to change anything.”

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