MOSCOW, 2 February. The export of Russian oil in January 2016 fell 903,4 thousand tons or 0.7% compared to January 2015 and amounted 20,71 million tons, follows from the data of the Central dispatching control (CDC) of the FEC.
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In particular, deliveries to the CIS countries increased by 0.8% to 1,982 million tonnes to non – CIS countries decreased by 0.9% to 18,728 million tons.
Oil processing at refineries in Russia in January amounted to 23,515 million tons, which is 3.7% less than in January 2015.
Production of gasoline in Russia in January 2016 fell to 216.9 thousand tons, or 6.1% to 3,364 million tons. The production of diesel fuel fell in January for 392,3 tons, or by 5.8% to 6,408 million tons. Production of fuel oil in January amounted to $ 5,565 million tonnes, down by 19.5%.
Production of jet fuel amounted in January 690,9 thousand tons, which is 4.9% lower than a year earlier.
LNG exports also declined
In the materials of the CDU TEK also stated that the export of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in January 2016 amounted to 1,385 billion cubic meters, which is 3.1% lower than the same period last year.
The project “Sakhalin-2” – Russia’s only active project on LNG production, the project operator is “Gazprom”.
Gas production of NOVATEK grew in January by 7.5% to 5,937 billion cubic meters, “Rosneft” – on 4,9% to 5,702 billion cubic meters, “Gazprom oil” – by 16.9%, to 2,787 billion cubic meters. “LUKOIL” reduced gas production by 0.9% to up 1.636 billion cubic meters.