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Russian Diesel Exports From St. Petersburg Rose 3.7% in May

June 11, 2013

Russian diesel exports from the St. Petersburg terminal rose 3.7 percent in May from a year earlier, a port official said.

Shipments grew to 113,000 metric tons from 109,000 tons in May 2012, the official at the St. Petersburg Oil Terminal said today by phone from Russia’s second-largest city. He declined to be identified because the information is confidential.

Exports of fuel oil rose 15 percent to 643,000 tons last month from 558,000 tons a year earlier, he said.

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