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RUSSIAN OIL EXPORTS VIA ITS NETWORK DOWN 6.5% IN 2023



Russian state-controlled oil pipeline monopoly Transneft (TRNF_p.MM) said on Wednesday that Russian crude exports via its pipelines were down 6.5% last year, while total oil deliveries through its network in 2023 had remained flat from 2022.

Transneft handles more than 90% of all oil produced in Russia. It also said oil supplies via its pipelines to China in 2023 amounted to 40 million metric tons, unchanged from the previous year. The company said that oil exports via the Black Sea port of Novorossiisk rose last year by 3.1% to 30 million tons despite weather-related disruptions as storms prevented oil loadings during 110 full days in 2023 from the outlet. Oil exports from the Baltic Sea ports of Primorsk and Ust-Luga were up by 6.5% and 9% to 44.4 million tons and 34 million tons respectively. Crude supplies via the Pacific port of Kozmino jumped 9.4% to 42.8%.

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