- Rosneft and Bashneft got two more positions for loading in November. Rosneft will load 100,000 tonnes from the port of Ust-Luga on Nov. 20-21 and Bashneft will load 100,000 tonnes from Primorsk on Nov. 17-18, traders said.
Overall, Urals exports from Baltic ports will now be 6.4 million tonnes in November, 1.4 million tonnes lower than the October loading plan.
In the Platts window, Shell bid for a second day for two cargoes loading on Nov. 11-15 and Nov. 18-22 from Baltic ports at discounts of $2.30 a barrel to BFOE but found no sellers. Traders estimated sellers were looking for discounts of less than $2 a barrel to BFOE.
- Baltic: Russia is expected to lower exports of its Urals crude oil blend from the Baltic Sea port of Primorsk to 3.9 million tonnes in September from 4.6 million tonnes this month, according to preliminary schedule.
- Baltic: The schedule showed that Urals exports from the Baltic Sea port of Ust-Luga are seen rising by 0.3 million tonnes to 2.5 million tonnes
- Black Sea: Novorossiisk Urals and Siberian Light grades from the Black Sea port of Novorossiisk are seen rising to 2.85 million tonnes from 2.24 million tonnes in August.
- Baltic: According to the schedule, Russian oil supplies from the Baltic ports will rise by 6 percent on a daily basis due to higher volumes coming out of Primorsk. Russia is due to export 3.995 million tonnes of Urals crude from Primorsk in April compared with 3.5 million tonnes in the final loading plan for March.
- Baltic: Russia will also export and transit 2.2 million tonnes of Urals from Ust-Luga in April, down from 2.538 million tonnes in March.
- Black Sea: Urals flows through the Black Sea port of Novorossiisk are set to fall by 22.3 percent on a daily basis compared with March to reach 1.945 million tonnes, the preliminary plan showed. Novorossiisk will also load 0.405 million tonnes of low-sulphur crude oil.
- Full story from Reuters here.
- Baltic: Primorsk down to 3.3 million tonnes, from 3.6 million tonnes in October.
- Baltic: Ust-Luga down to 2 million tonnes from 2.2 million tonnes in October.
- Black Sea: Novorossiisk down to 1.98 million tonnes in October.
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