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Export oil duty to fall to $ 397.5 per ton
3.01.2012 08:35
Export oil duty to fall to $ 397.5 per ton

From 1 January 2012 export oil duty has fallen to $ 397.5 per ton in Russia. This is $ 9.1 less than in the end of 2011.

The new price is based on results of price monitoring on Russian export oil, which costs $ 109.09 per boe.

The preferential rate of duty has been cut to $ 194.1 per ton. A duty on light and dark oil products has been unified. It is now on the level of 66% of oil duty, and form $ 262.3 per ton.

From 1 January export of 1 ton of petrol costs $ 357.7 per ton, 1 ton of liquefied gas costs $ 201 per ton.

Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: oil gas    

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