TOP-5 Russian Terminals’ Oil Products Throughput in January-February 2021

TOP-5 Russian Terminals’ Oil Products Throughput in January-February 2021

  • The article is based on SeaNews PORTSTAT online service (available for SeaNews subsribers).

    According to SeaNews PORTSTAT analytic online service, the oil products throughput of all the Russian sea ports during January-February 2021 amounted to 23.9 mn tons (-8.5%). Oil products account for 18.6% of the total throughput.

    Ust-Luga Oil is the leader in terms of oil products throughput with 3.9 mn tons, down 5.6% year-on-year.

    Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port saw its oil products traffic decreased by 10.1% down to 3.1 mn tons.

    Primorsk Commercial Port handled 3.1 mn tons, down 8.2% year-on-year.

    Oil products throughput via RPK-Vyssotsk LUKOIL-II declined by 8.3% down to 1.9 mn tons.

    Tuapse Commercial Sea Port handled 1.8 mn tons (+9.1%).

    It should be noted that the highest coal and coke throughput growth was via Nazrybresurs, Sakhalin branch in Korsakov, its oil products traffic surged 12-fold. Nakhodka oil bunker was up 8.5-fold, and Novex in Novorossiysk up 2.9-fold.

    The largest decrease in oil products traffic was in Anroskrym in Port Kavkaz (-99.9%), First Murmansk Terminal (-85.6%) and Nazrybresurs, Kaliningrad branch (-79.5%).


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