The price ceiling collapsed the export of Russian
by sea by a quarter compared to the average indicators of previous periods.
This was reported by
The Wall Street Journal
It is reported that in December, the Russian Federation exported 2.5 million barrels of oil, which is 22% less than the average figure for the previous months of this year.
Journalists of the publication note that this is happening against the background of the introduction of a price ceiling for Russian oil by Western countries.
In addition, a significant decrease in the volume of exports of Russian raw materials is "probably caused by severe weather conditions and a decrease in demand in China against the background of insufficiently decisive lifting of restrictions" introduced during the pandemic.
We will remind, earlier it was reported that the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Oleksandr Novak said that
oil production in Russia could be reduced by 500-700 thousand barrels per day
as early as 2023.
In addition, we previously reported that
Russia was outraged
by the price cap on its oil at the level of $60 per barrel.
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