Urals crude oil exports from Russian Baltic ports were set to fall to 5.5 million tonnes in November from 6.3 million tonnes in a revised loading plan for October, according to a final lifting plan for next month seen by Reuters on Monday.
That is up by 100,000 tonnes from the 5.4 million tonnes in provisional loading plan released last week for Baltic Sea ports for November.
On a daily basis, Urals loadings from Primorsk and Ust-Luga ports are seen falling by 10 percent in November compared with October, according to Reuters calculations.
Russian Urals and Siberian Light crude oil exports from Novorossiisk were seen at 2.46 million tonnes in November compared to 2.42 million tonnes in October, the final document showed.
Source : HSN