Russia reports on oil exports in July

Aug 02, 2000 02:00 AM

Russian exports of crude oil to outside the Commonwealth of Independent States totalled 12.59 mm tons in July, up 21 % on the year, according to official Energy Ministry data. The figure includes 1.213 mm tons delivered via Russia from Kazakhstan, Belarus, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan.

Following are details of Russian oil exports in July:
-- Crude oil exports via pipelines totalled 11.8 mm tons in July, the remaining 800,000 tons being exported by rail, directly via ports bypassing oil pipelines or as temporary exports (for return to Russia as processed oil products).
-- Russian crude exports via pipelines under state programs totalled 167,800 tons, down from 420,000 tons in July 1999.
-- Kazakhstan's oil exports via Russian pipelines in July amounted to 1.129 mm tons, while Belarus delivered via Russia 50,000 tons of oil, Turkmenistan 3,900 tons and Azerbaijan 30,100 tons.
-- Exports from foreign joint-venture operators via pipelines totalled 622,000 tons, up from 614,000 tons last July.
-- Exports from major oil producers by pipelines totalled 8.52 mm tons, up from 8.3 mm tons last July. Additionally, about 1.3 mm tons were exported by gas major Gazprom and small oil producers.
-- Exports through the five main loading ports was 6.54 mm tons, up from 5.44 mm tons in July 1999.

The following gives a breakdown of exports in July at each of the ports, in millions of tons:
July 2000 July 1999
Novorossiisk 3.56 2.75
Ventspils 1.24 1.24
Odessa 0.94 1.06
Tuapse 0.5 0.39
Butinge 0.3 -
Total: 6.54 5.44

Source: Bridge News via Newspage
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