Russia saw a drop in revenue from its oil exports by 2.9% and from natural gas exports by 5.3% compared to the same period of 2018, according to data of the Russian Federal Customs Service on Tuesday.
The country's oil export revenues decreased to $69.3 billion while natural gas export revenues fell to $25.7 billion.
Russia's oil export volume increased by 1.4% to 149.6 million tons, while the natural gas export volume dropped by 2.5% to 126.8 billion cubic meters.
Over the same period, Russia's coal export revenues increased by 9.1% to reach $9.8 billion.
Last year, Russia had a total income of $129 billion from oil exports and $49.1 billion from natural gas exports.
Reporting By E. Gurkan Abay in Moscow
Writing By Murat Temizer