Russia’s incomes from oil exports have increased by 47.5 percent in annual terms – up to 38.5 billion dollars – in January-May of this year. This is evidenced by the data of the Federal Customs Service (FCS).
Fuel deliveries decreased by 0.2 percent, down to 105.6 million tons, in physical terms. The exports of oil products from Russia fell by 0.9 percent, down to 66 million tons, during the five months since the beginning of the year. The decrease amounted to 25.5 billion dollars in monetary terms.
Author: Anna Dorozhkina