Oil exports from Russia to non-CIS countries went up by 4.2% in Jan-Oct
MOSCOW. Nov 2 (Interfax) - Exports of Russian oil to non-CIS countries went up by 4.2% year-on-year to 183.74 million tonnes in January-October 2010 (4.43 million barrels a day), the Fuel and Energy Dispatch Center (TsDU TEK) reported.
Russia exported 19.154 million tonnes of oil in October.
Transneft's exported 160.445 million tonnes of Russian crude to non-CIS countries.
Transneft pumped 16.544 million tonnes of Russian oil in October.
Russian oil companies decreased by 23.1% to 21.5 million tonnes in January-October.
Total oil exports to Belarus went down by 43% year-on-year to 10.182 million tonnes in the ten months.
Exports of Russian crude to Kazakhstan in the ten months went up by 22.8% to 6.058 million tonnes and to Ukraine - 1.9% to 5.263 million tonnes.