Russian and transit oil exports via pipeline monopoly Transneft will rise to 50.94 million tonnes.
Russian and transit oil exports via pipeline monopoly Transneft will rise to 50.94 million tonnes, or 4.1 million barrels per day (bpd), in the second quarter of 2009, a quarterly schedule showed. The volumes are 4.1 percent more than in the first quarter of the year.
The schedule showed Russia's seaborne exports in the second quarter would rise by 9.1 percent from the first quarter to 36.54 million tonnes, or 2.94 million bpd. This is 0.6 percent more than in the second quarter of 2008.
Russia's biggest port of Primorsk, on the Baltic Sea, will see supplies increase by 5.3 percent compared with the first quarter, to 19.00 million tonnes, or 1.53 million bpd.
Transneft oil exports ex-Novorossiisk on the Black Sea in the second quarter will be 942,000 barrels per day, 3.3 percent more than in the first quarter and up 6.9 percent from the same quarter last year.
The schedule showed Russia would boost oil exports from the Ukrainian Black Sea port of Yuzhny by 36.0 percent to 266,000 bpd.