MOSCOW, February 24 – RIA Novosti. The share of oil and gas revenues of the Russian budget in 2020 decreased to 28% from 39.3% in 2019, follows from the analytical note of the Accounts Chamber on the implementation of the federal budget and budgets of extra-budgetary funds for the last year. “The share of oil and gas revenues in total federal budget revenues in the reporting period amounted to 28% and compared to the same period in 2019 decreased by 11.3 percentage points (in 2019 – 39.3%), “the document says.
The share of non-oil and gas revenues in 2020 compared to the previous year increased by 11.3 percentage points from 60.7% in 2019.
“The total volume of federal budget revenues amounted to 18,722.2 billion rubles, which is lower than the forecasted total revenues by 1,871.4 billion rubles, or 9.1%, of which oil and gas revenues – by 2,288.5 billion rubles. , or by 30.4%. At the same time, non-oil and gas revenues increased by 417.1 billion rubles, or 3.2% “, – stated in the document.
The Accounts Chamber notes that the price of Urals oil in April 2020 reached a historic low ($ 16.3 per barrel). Despite further predominantly positive dynamics, in general in 2020 the price was more than a third lower than in 2019 – $ 41.4 against $ 63.9 per barrel.