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Clean Fuel Export Flat

Exports of ultra-low sulfur diesel from the Baltic port of Primorsk, the country's main export outlet for the clean product, will be flat at 480,000 tons this month, an arm of Transneft said Thursday.

In addition to unchanged volumes of diesel fuel with sulfur content of 10 parts per million, it will also handle 120,000 tons of 500 ppm material, the product pipeline division Transnefteprodukt said.

It said in December that it started to ship 500 ppm sulfur diesel via Primorsk. Key suppliers of 10 ppm sulfur diesel to Primorsk are LUKoil, TNK-BP and Gazprom Neft.


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