Oil production in Russia increased to 140.352 million tons in Q1

US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Oil production in Russia grew in January-March by 0.7% in annual terms to 140.352 million tons, according to the Central Dispatch Department of the Fuel and Energy Complex (CDU TEK). Including production in March amounted to 47.764 million tons.

Primary oil refining at refineries increased in January-March by 3.5% to 73.986 million tons. Including primary processing in March amounted to 25.31 million tons.

Oil export to non-CIS countries increased in January-March by 3% to 62.978 million tons. Oil supplies to non-CIS countries, including oil transit, increased by 1.8% to 67.194 million tons. Including exports in March amounted to 2.111 million tons, and deliveries including transit – 22.86 million tons.

Oil exports to neighboring countries declined in January-March by 77% to 1.037 million tons. Including export in March amounted to 327.8 thousand tons.

Oil transit from Kazakhstan through Russia decreased in January-March by 10.9% to 3,597 million tons. The transit of Azerbaijani oil amounted to 29.5 thousand tons (-88.2%), the transit of Turkmen oil-589.9 thousand tons (an increase of 3.1 times).


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