Belarus exported 3.01 million tons of oil products in January-June 2020. This figure is 42.6% less compared to the same period in 2019, Angi reports.
In value terms, the export of petroleum products for the half-year fell by 63.3% to $979.3 million. The average export price in January-June was $325.04 per ton, which is 36.1% less compared to the average price in the first half of 2019.
In the structure of exports in January-June, supplies to Ukraine amounted to 1.28 million tons (a decrease of 10.7%) by $509.4 million (41.8% less), to the EU countries – 457.6 thousand tons (a decrease 59%) by $131.8 million (75.7% less). According to statistics, supplies of oil products from Belarus to Great Britain in January-June 2020 amounted to 1.04 million tons (a decrease of 59.1%) by $249.8 million (78.8% less).
The export of oil produced in Belarus in the first half of the year decreased by 38% to 365 thousand tons, in value terms it decreased by 69.3% to $82.09 million.
In 2019, the export of petroleum products from Belarus decreased by 11.7% to 10.52 million tons of oil products after a decrease of 3.1% in 2018 (11.93 million tons).
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