Even though Germany has reduced its oil purchases from Russia, total exports have increased by more than 14% over the past two weeks. Oil deliveries from Russia to China and Poland increased.
According to Interfax, on average, the Transneft system transferred about 645,000 tons of oil per day abroad. Oil deliveries abroad via sea routes have also increased. The growth of this indicator over the past two weeks amounted to almost 17%. All sea transport takes out an average of 407 tons of raw materials per day. Export via oil pipelines increased by 9.8% to a level of 238 thousand tons daily.
On average, exports of raw materials from Russia increased by about 14.7%. Among the ports, the load on which has increased the most, Primorsk became the leader. The load in this direction amounted to 135 thousand tons daily, which corresponds to an increase of more than a quarter. Also, Kozmino and Ust-Luga entered the dot, with an increase of 18.6% and 14.6%, respectively.
Among all consumers to whom Russia supplies oil via the pipeline, only Germany has reduced imports. At the moment, Germany is purchasing 40 thousand tons per day, having reduced the volume of deliveries by more than 27.5%. Poland is the leader in the growth of deliveries: the pumping of oil to this country has doubled and amounted to 34.5 tons daily. Also, Russia began to send more oil to China: both by sea and by pipeline.