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SOCAR increased oil export via Novorossiysk by 67% in Q1

​SOCAR increased oil export via the port of Novorossiysk by 66.6% in Q1 2015 against Q1 2014 to 423.8 thousand tons.
In March 2015, 169.5 thousand tons of Azeri oil was exported from the port of Novorossiysk where raw materials are delivered by the Baku-Novorossiysk pipeline. In March 2014, 84.7 thousand tons was exported.
The Azeri oil is pumped by the northern route on the basis of the commercial agreement signed on February 18th 2014 between SOCAR and Transneft. The parties extended the agreement until the end of 2015. Its conditions are not released.
In 2014 SOCAR hipped 932.155 thousand tons of oil from Novorossiysk.

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Transneft has problems with the expansion of ESPO

Transneft announced its plans on an expansion of ESPO pipeline are up in the air, as the company has got shortfall in income.
The question is, oilmen will not be able to fill the new oil pipelines Kuyumba-Taishet and Zapolyarye-Purpe. So, the shortfall in income of the company might make up 180 billion roubles before 2020. The project on an expansion of ESPO is valued at 172 billion roubles.

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Oil pumping tariff by Baku-Novorossiysk pipeline to rise by 31%

​The tariff for oil pumping by the Baku-Novorossiysk oil pipeline might rise by 149.95 roubles (31%) to 634.54 roubles per ton (VAT excluded), the Federal Tariff Service reports. The respective draft order is published at regulation.gov.ru.
The tariff is denominated in roubles for the route from the border of Azerbaijan to the transshipment complex Sheskharis (Novorossiysk). From Jan 1st it amounts to 484.59 roubles.
Azerbaijan pumps its oil by the Baku-Novorossiysk pipeline from 1997. In 2014 SOCAR dispatched 932,155 tons of oil from the port of Novorossiysk. In Jan-February 2015 the shipment of SOCAR in Novorossiysk made up 254,314 tons of oil, by 49.9% more than in Jan-February 2014.
In 2014 SOCAR reduced the oil export via the port of Novorossiysk by 46.8% against 2013 to 932.155 thousand tons.
SOCAR and Transneft extended the oil pumping agreement by the Baku-Novorossiysk pipeline until the end of 2015.

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Azerbaijan increased oil production and exports, but reduced gas exports

In January-February 2015, Azerbaijan exported over 5.504 million tons of crude oil (+2.6% y-o-y).
There has been exported almost 4.341 million tons of raw material via BTC pipeline, inclusive of gas condensate from the Shah-Deniz deposit during the first two months of 2015 according to the report by the State Customs Committee. An export via Baku-Supsa made up 715.29 thousand tons, via Baku-Novorossiysk – 254.127 thousand tons, by railroad to Georgian ports – 194.285 thousand tons of oil.
According to the Committee, the volume of the declared oil export made up 4.462 million tons at $1.825 billion in January-February.
The State Statistics Agency reports that oil and condensate production increased by 1.6% since the beginning of the year compared to the same period last year. There was produced almost 6.944 million tons of oil and condensate in January-February.

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In January Azerbaijan increased oil exports by 3.5% - SCC.

In January 2015 Azerbaijan had exported 2 million 861 thousand 963.9 tons of oil, which was 3.5% higher than in January 2014, the State Customs Committee (SCC) told the "Interfax-Azerbaijan" Agency.
According to the meter readings, in January 2015 the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline exported 2 million 283 thousand 322.1 tons (including 186 thousand 730.8 tons of gas condensate from the Shah Deniz field)..

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Participants of South Stream don’t want to sat goodbye to it

Today the EU will formally discuss their response to Russia's decision to abandon the building of the South Stream gas pipeline for the first time. According to sources of the Kommersant and analysts, the sharp change of the European Commission’s position, the pressure from which the project was mainly stopped, is extremely unlikely, despite requests from Bulgaria and Hungary, to which the cancellation of the project hit the most. But the victims may try to get additional preferences under the intra-European projects.
Today, a meeting of Energy Ministers of the EU countries that still consider themselves as members of the South Stream project will take place. Representatives of Bulgaria, Hungary, Slovenia, Austria, Italy and Greece, led by the European Commission’s deputy head on the creation of an energy alliance Maros Shevchovich will discuss how to respond to the sudden announcement of the project's cancellation, which came from the mouth of Vladimir Putin last week. The first reaction of the Europeans was confusion, many interlocutors of the Kommersant thought that Gazprom was bluffing, especially given the 5 billion euro, already spent on the project. On the eve of the meeting that the European Commission didn’t cancel indicatively, each country formed its stance.

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SOCAR reduced oil exports via Baku-Novorrossiysk by 41%

In January – November, SOCAR reduced oil exports via Baku-Novorrossiysk by 41.1% to 932,155 tons.
In November, exports via the pipeline was 84,802 tons compared to 84,769 tons in October.
In 2013, exports were 1.751 million tons, by 313,000 tons less than in 2012.
Translated by Nadezhda Poltoratskaya
Source: http://www.1news.az/economy/oil_n_gas/20141201050023439.html

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In January – October, Azerbaijan reduced oil exports by 2%

In January – October, Azerbaijan reduced oil exports by 1.9% to 28.2253337 million tons, the state customs committee reports to Interfax-Azerbaijan.
Oil exports were 23.0574924 million tons via Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline, 3.5639638 million tons via Baku-Supsa, 848,519 tons via Baku-Novorossiysk and 755,358.5 tons via the railway to the Georgian ports.
The declared oil volume was 20.2680461 million tons for $16.295 billion.
In January – October, Azerbaijan exported 1.73798867 million tons of oil products for $1.18381413 billion.

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The leaders in Mangistau oil imports are Switzerland, Austria and Romania

The leaders in Mangistau oil imports are Switzerland, Austria and Romania, the state income department of the Mangistau region reports. Oil shares 99% in total exports of the region. In 2014, it gained 135.1 billion tenges of customs duties, by 44.3% more than within the corresponding period of the previous year. The share of oil in total exports increased from 98.9% to 99.6%. Switzerland shares 37% in oil exports from the region. Austria shares 28%, and Romania shares 14.2%.

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In the first 9 months, Azerbaijani exported oil for about $15 billion

In January-September 2014, Azerbaijan exported 25 427 885.1 million tons of crude oil.

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