In February 2023, oil supplies to European countries via the Russian Druzhba pipeline decreased threefold compared to February 2022 and amounted to 939.3 thousand tons. The newspaper writes about it vedomosti Citing two sources familiar with the statistics of the Russian Ministry of Energy.
According to the publication, the decrease in supply is associated with a decrease in exports to Germany, Poland and Slovakia. At the same time, in February 2023, Russia increased its supply to the Czech Republic by 55.8% to 405 thousand tons. Deliveries to Slovakia fell by half to 215 thousand tons, while deliveries to Hungary decreased by 16% to 319.6 thousand tons. Deliveries to Poland and Germany have completely stopped.
Former Energy Minister of Kazakhstan Bolat Akçulakov declarationHe said the country’s authorities plan to send another 20,000 tons of oil to Germany via the Druzhba pipeline in April 2023. The company reported that in December 2022, the operator sent annual applications for the transportation of 1.2 million tons of oil from Kazakhstan this year for delivery to the Adamova Zastava oil distribution point through the main oil pipelines system of Transneft PJSC. Germany.
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