Transneft expects to raise oil exports

Dec 01, 2009 01:00 AM

Giant Russian oil pipeline operator Transneft expects to see almost 100,000 bpd more come through its export terminals.
A final export schedule report shows a projected growth in December of 3 % or 86,400 bpd from November figures, from sea-borne supplies. Exports from Novorossiysk will reach 3.72 mm tons in December, down 6.3 % a day from the initial November export plan, industry sources say.

December crude oil supplies from Primorsk, Russia's largest Baltic Sea oil terminal, will reach 6.3 mm tons, or 1.49 mm bpd, against 1.44 mm bpd in November.
December crude exports via Kozmino, the eastern terminus of the East Siberian-Pacific Ocean (ESPO) pipeline, will total 100,000 tons and supplied by Russia's largest oil producer Rosneft.

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