FSU Oil Trade in April 2013

Source: OPEC 5/15/2013, Location: Asia

In March, total crude oil exports from the FSU declined by 57 tb/d or 0.9% to average 6.4 mb/d. Crude exports through the Russian pipeline increased by 62 tb/d or 1.5% to average 4.1 mb/d, while crude exports from the Baltics increased by 135 tb/d or 9%. Exports from the Black Sea, Druzhba and Kozmino declined in March by 2.5%, 2% and 4%, respectively. Flows from Russian rail, Russian-to-Far East and Kazakh rail saw a gain of 9%, 10% and 11%, respectively.

FSU total product exports declined in March by 274 tb/d or 8.5% to average 2.9 mb/d. Product exports of gasoline and jet fuel increased by 11% and 41%, while exports of naphtha, gasoil, fuel oil and VGO dropped in a range of between 2% to 26% over February.


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