Lukoil Expects Flat Exports

Wednesday, December 15, 1999
Russia's Lukoil expects its crude exports next year to stay at the expected 1999 level of 24 to 25 million tons. "If the rules do not change, we hope (to export) around 24 or 25 million tons, like this year," Vagit Alekperov told a news conference. Russia doubled its crude oil export tariff to 15 euros per ton from December 8 in line with rising world prices.
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