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Reception and Supply of Oil and Petroleum Products to the Transneft System

Date of publication: 16 January 2020

Transneft has summarized its 2019 performance in transportation of oil and petroleum products and announced its plans for 2020.

2019: Reception and Supply of Crude Oil

In 2019, Transneft received 484.8 million tonnes of crude oil into the oil trunk pipeline system (in 2018 it was 480.4 million tonnes).

246 million tonnes were delivered to Russian refineries (vs. 249.3 million tonnes in 2018).

The volume of crude oil exported to other countries (both within and outside the CIS) via the Transneft system last year amounted to 238.8 million tonnes (vs. 230.5 million tonnes in 2018).

This includes 220.3 million tonnes exported to non-CIS countries:

- oil from Russia — 202 million tonnes (vs. 194.6 million tonnes in 2018);

- oil from Kazakhstan — 15.3 million tonnes (vs. 15.7 million tonnes in 2018);

- oil from Turkmenistan — 2 million tonnes (in 2018 it was 0);

- oil from Azerbaijan — 880 thou tonnes (vs. 1.2 million tonnes in 2018).

18.6 million tonnes were delivered to the CIS countries:

 - 17.6 million tonnes to Belarus refineries (18 million tonnes in 2018);

 - 1 million tonnes to refineries in Kazakhstan (962 thou tonnes in 2018).

Therewith, export through seaports amounted to 138 million tonnes (vs. 124.3 million tonnes in 2018):

- the port of Novorossiysk — 31 million tonnes (27.6 million tonnes in 2018);

- the port of Primorsk — 47.5 million tonnes (38.5 million tonnes in 2018);

- the port of Kozmino — 33.2 million tonnes (30.4 million tonnes in 2018);

- the port of Ust-Luga — 26.4 million tonnes (27.8 million tonnes in 2018).

Export through the Druzhba oil trunk pipeline in 2019 amounted to 42.3 million tonnes (vs. 48.9 million tonnes in 2018).

This includes:

- 16.1 million tonnes to Germany (20.6 million tonnes in 2018);

- 13.1 million tonnes to Poland (15.0 million tonnes in 2018);

- 3.8 million tonnes to the Czech Republic (4 million tonnes in 2018);

- 5 million tonnes to Slovakia (5.2 million tonnes in 2018);

- 4.3 million tonnes to Hungary (4.1 million tonnes in 2018).

Export of crude oil to China in 2019 amounted to 40 million tonnes (vs. 38.300 million tonnes in 2018), including:

- the border between the Russian Federation and the People's Republic of China — 30 million tonnes (28.3 million tonnes in 2018);

- the border between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan — 10 million tonnes (10 million tonnes in 2018);

2019: Reception and Supply of Petroleum Products

In 2019, Transneft received 38 million tonnes of petroleum products into the petroleum products trunk pipeline system (in 2018 it was 38.9 million tonnes).

This includes:

- motor petrol — 2.2 million tonnes (2.5 million tonnes in 2018);

- diesel fuel — 33.2 million tonnes (34.2 million tonnes in 2018);

- aviation kerosene — 2.6 million tonnes (2.2 million tonnes in 2018).

20.7 million tonnes of diesel fuel were exported through seaports (21.3 million tonnes in 2018),

This includes:

- the port of Primorsk — 13.5 million tonnes (15.0 million tonnes in 2018);

- the port of Vysotsk — 2.3 million tonnes (2.3 million tonnes in 2018);

- the port of Novorossiysk — 4.9 million tonnes (4 million tonnes in 2018);

Plans for 2020

In 2020, the reception and supply of crude oil through the Transneft oil trunk pipeline system, based on consignors’ requests, is planned to be at the level of 488.5 million tonnes. This includes:

- 259.0 million tonnes to Russian refineries;

- 229.5 million tonnes for export.

Therewith, deliveries to non-CIS countries are planned at the level of 205 million tonnes, including:

- 115 million tonnes through sea ports (the port of Novorossiysk — 25 million tonnes, the port of Primorsk — 33 million tonnes, the port of Kozmino — 34 million tonnes, the port of Ust-Luga — 23 million tonnes);

- 50 million tonnes through the Druzhba oil trunk pipeline;

- 40 million tonnes to the People's Republic of China.

It is planned to supply 24.5 million tonnes of crude oil to the CIS countries, including:

- 23.5 million tonnes to the Republic of Belarus refineries (as per indicative balance sheet);

- 1 million tonnes to the Republic of Kazakhstan refineries.

In 2020, Transneft plans to receive 39.0 million tonnes of petroleum products into the petroleum products trunk pipeline system, including:

- 2.1 million tonnes of motor petrol;

- 34.3 million tonnes of diesel fuel (23.3 million tonnes will be delivered through seaports);

-  2.6 million tonnes of aviation kerosene.

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