Russia is to export a large amount of diesel fuel before the European Union sanctions come into force in February
The country is set to increase diesel exports next month, before European Union crude oil sanctions take effect in February, Bloomberg News reported.
Fuel deliveries from Russia’s Baltic and Black Sea ports will increase to 2.68 million tonnes in January, up 8% from planned December flows and the highest export rate since January 2020, the article said. Bloomberg citing industry data.
Russia’s plans include only diesel exports delivered to the country’s ports via pipelines and some additional smaller volumes that can be transported by rail.
The European Union will ban imports of Russian oil products until February 5, 2023.
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Publication date: 31-12-2022 11:40