根据彭博社(Bloomberg)所见的装载计划，来自其三个主要的西方港口——波罗的海的普里莫尔斯克（Primorsk）和乌斯特-卢加(usti - luga)以及黑海的诺沃罗西斯克(Novorossiysk)的该级别原油的出口将环比下降40%，至7月份每天约78.5万桶。该国于2012年才开始从Ust-Luga运送货物，从那以后，这三个港口的总流量从未降低。
下个月，Primorsk将率先减少发货量，处理130万吨，即每天约30.7万桶。 这还不到一年前发货量的三分之一。 Ust-Luga将每天运送28.4万桶石油，而来自Novorossiysk的石油流量将降至每天20万桶以下。
郝芬 译自 世界石油
Russia throttles key Urals crude exports to meet OPEC+ agreements
Russia’s exports of its flagship Urals crude oil grade are set to plunge next month, underscoring the nation’s commitment to helping OPEC and allied producers to avert a global glut.
Exports of the grade from its three main western ports -- Primorsk and Ust-Luga in the Baltic Sea and Novorossiysk in the Black Sea -- will fall 40% month-on-month to about 785,000 barrels a day in July, according to loading plans seen by Bloomberg. The country Russia is working with Saudi Arabia and other producing countries to eliminate a surplus. Its output cuts have driven up premiums that Urals command to the highest in years, and tightened the wider physical oil market, albeit at the cost of selling smaller volumes.
Financial derivatives in the Urals market rallied after the news. Swaps contracts for July were trading at premiums of between $1.80 and $1.95 to Dated Brent, brokers said. That compares with a discount of about $4.50 at the depths of oil’s rout in early April.
The reduced exports had already been foreshadowed by a partial loading program. An export schedule for the first 10 days of July showed flows for the period dropping to 880,000 barrels a day.
Primorsk will lead the drop, handling 1.3m tons, or about 307,000 barrels a day, next month. That’s less than a third of what it was shipping a year ago. Ust-Luga will ship 284,000 barrels a day, while flows from Novorossiysk will decline to below 200,000 barrels a day.