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Russia's energy exports in the Asia Pacific region increased by 23% in 2035

Russia's energy exports in the Asia Pacific region increased by 23% in 2035

February 17, 2014

[China paint information] according to Platts information, the Russian Ministry of energy recently announced the draft energy strategy for 2035, which is expected to increase Russia's energy exports to the Asia Pacific region by 23% by 2035

in the draft outline statement, the Ministry of energy pointed out that accelerating the entry into the Asia Pacific Energy Market and making contributions to the national automation industry is the primary task of Russia's energy strategy. Russia plans to export 32% of its crude oil production and 31% of its natural gas production to the Asia Pacific market by 2035

the Russian government has always stressed the need to diversify its energy exports and explore the Eastern market. The statement said that although Europe and CIS countries will still be Russia's vital energy exporters, Russia's relationship between fastener assembly and total friction coefficient. The energy exports of these regions will begin to decline after 2015 and will fall to 95% of the export level in 2010 in 2035

at present, Russia's natural gas exports to the Asia Pacific region account for 6% of the total output destroyed in transportation without "excessive packaging", most of which are exported in the form of LNG. The two LNG processing plants on Sakhalin Island are the main producing areas, with an annual production scale of 10million tons

Russian gas giant Gazprom recently signed a new supply contract with China, which will supply 38billion cubic meters of natural gas to China every year from 2018. Gazprom said it would not rule out the possibility of increasing its natural gas supply to China to 60billion cubic meters in the future

Rosneft, the largest crude oil producer in Russia, is also increasing its crude oil supply to China, with an increase of 800000 tons in 2013. According to the agreement signed by Rosneft and PetroChina in 2009, the competitiveness of the market will also be further improved. It supplies 300000 barrels of crude oil to China Daily through the East Siberia Pacific pipeline. Last year, the two sides reached an agreement on increasing supply, increasing the daily supply to 620000 barrels by 2018

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