Russia’s Gasoline Exports Have Surged By 37% This Year

Despite the Western sanctions, Russian oil companies boosted their gasoline exports by 37% between January and May compared to the same period in 2022, Russian daily Kommersant reported on Friday, citing sources familiar with the data.

The Russian Energy Ministry last month asked oil companies to reduce their exports and raise supply on the domestic market, according to Kommersant’s sources.

After a sharp rise in wholesale gasoline prices in May and recommendations from the Energy Ministry to oil firms to curb exports, Russia’s daily gasoline exports in the first six days of June were four times lower than the levels at the end of May, Kommersant reports. 

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Noway2
Noway2
1 year ago

“Joe Biden” or rather the stupid Star Chamber and their stupid sanctions. Idiots.

Louis Jenkins
Louis Jenkins
1 year ago

So FJB is irrelevant, and his sanctions are irrelevant too!

Citizen Joe
Citizen Joe
1 year ago

All European countries are cheating to survive. Buying from Russia under the table.