FCS: income from Russian oil exports fell in January-October, up 43% to $76,7 billion

FCS: income from Russian oil exports fell in January-October, up 43% to $76,7 billion


MOSCOW, December 4. The Russian export of oil in value terms declined in January-October of 2015 compared to the same period last year, nearly 43% to $76,7 billion this is stated in the materials of the Federal customs service (FCS).

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The physical volume of oil exports increased during the reporting period by 7.6% and amounted to $ 201,240 million tons against 186,972 million tons a year earlier.

The main volume of oil export fell to the far abroad: cost of deliveries totaled $71.8 bln against $127,2 billion in January-October 2014. Revenues from oil supplies to the CIS fell to $4,891 billion ($7.4 billion a year earlier).

Physical export to the far abroad amounted to 182,3 million tons, in the near – to 18.9 mln tons of oil.