Russia’s oil export volume increased by 3.3% to 197.6 million tonnes from January to September compared to the same period last year, according to the Russian Federal Customs Service on Monday.
However, oil export revenues for the January-September period decreased by 4% to $90.4 billion mainly due to the fall in oil prices over this period.
Russia’s coal export revenue remained unchanged at $12.3 billion, however, the volume of coal rose by 4.9% to 153.5 million tonnes.
Russia earned $129 billion from oil exports last year.
Reporting by E. Gurkan Abay
Writing by Talha Yavuz