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Russia exported oil worth $5.24 billion through the Black Sea in the second half of March

Greenpeace activists in Denmark tried to block a Russian tanker

Greenpeace activists in Denmark tried to block a Russian tanker

From March 14 to March 31, Russian oil was supplied through the ports of the Black and Azov Seas to 23 countries, the monitoring group of the Black Sea Strategic Research Institute and BlackSeaNews editors report.

The total volume of this oil amounted to at least 7.7 million tons. Its cost is estimated at about $5.24 billion.

The major part — 86 tankers (74%) — was accepted by the ports of NATO and EU countries (they are marked in yellow and red in the diagram). The absolute leader is Turkey (its ports received 32 tankers, almost 28%). Greece ranks second (16 tankers, almost 14%).

The hauls grouped under ports of countries are as follows: Turkey — 32; Greece — 16; Egypt — 15; Italy — 9; Malta — 8; France — 5; India — 5; Great Britain — 3; Israel — 3; Germany — 2; Spain — 2; Gibraltar — 2; Croatia — 2; Korea — 2; USA — 2; Lebanon — 1; Lithuania — 1; Morocco — 1; Netherlands — 1; Poland — 1; Senegal — 1; Tunisia — 1; Libya — 1.

Russian oil from the Black and Azov Seas was transported by 116 tankers belonging to shipowners from 19 countries. The absolute leader is Greece. Its companies own 51 tankers (44%), 29 tankers (25%) are Russian. 70 tankers (60%) — in total owned by shipowners from EU and NATO countries.

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