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MOSCOW, June 15. /TASS/. The crude oil export duty in Russia will grow by $15.3 to $95.9 a tonne from July 1, 2016, the Finance Ministry said on Wednesday.
The oil export duty currently equals $80.6 per tonne. The average Urals oil price amounted to $46.8/bbl or $341.4 a tonne during the monitoring period from May 15 to June 14, 2016.
The preferential export duty on high-viscosity oil will grow to $11.6 in the next month against $9.6 in June. The preferential oil export duty for certain fields in the East Siberia and the Caspian Region and the Prirazlomnoe Field will remains at the zero level, according to Finance Ministry’s calculations.
The export duty per tonne will amount to $38.3 on light oil products, $78.6 on dark oil products, $58.4 on commercial gasoline, $68 on naphtha (straight-run gasoline), and $6.2 on coke.
The duty on liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) will be equal to zero.