Russia's February Seaborne Oil Exports to Decline

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  • Russian maritime crude oil exports are set to decline in February.

  • Shipments along the Druzhba pipeline are poised to grow in 2022.

  • Rosneft has opened a six-month tender for oil supplies.

Crude oil exports from Russian key export outlets are poised to drop by almost 120,000 barrels per day on the month in February, port-loading programs issued by pipeline monopoly Transneft show.

Oil Supply, Crude Oil
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