MOSCOW, March 1 – RIA Novosti. The duty on oil exports from Russia from March 1 will increase by $ 5.8 – up to $ 49.6 per ton, follows from the documents of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation.
The average price for Urals oil for the monitoring period from January 15 to February 14 was $ 57 per barrel, or $ 416.1 per ton. A month earlier, the price of Urals was $ 51.7 per barrel.
The duty on light oil products and oils from March 1 increases to $ 14.8 per ton from $ 13.1, on dark – to $ 49.6 from $ 43.8. The duty on the export of commercial gasoline rises to $ 14.8 from $ 13.1, straight-run (naphtha) – to $ 27.2 from $ 24 per ton.
The duty on liquefied gas (LPG) and on pure LPG fractions will be zero, and on coke it will be $ 3.2 per ton.