BAKU, Azerbaijan, Sept. 7
By Nargiz Sadikhova - Trend:
Kazakhstan has exported 202,987 tons of crude oil worth $60 million to Uzbekistan in 1H2020, which is more than double the volume exported last year, a source in Kazakhstan’s oil and gas sector told Trend.
Thus, compared to 89,389 tons worth $38.7 million in 1H2020, the supplies to Uzbekistan increased by 2.2 times in value and by 54.7 percent in volume.
Kazakhstan has also exported 29,422 tons of petroleum products worth $11.4 million, which is a decline compared to 135,963 tons worth $42.3 million in 1H2019.
During the reporting period, Kazakhstan has also exported 59,762 tons of petroleum products worth $24.9 million to Afghanistan, whereas in 1H2019 Kazakhstan did not export petroleum products to Afghanistan.
Kazakhstan has also exported 97,983 tons worth $20.7 million (95,721 tons worth $31.04 million) to Kyrgystan, and 31,245 tons worth $15.3 million tons (17,259 tons worth $5.5 million) to Tajikistan in 1H2020.
Furthermore, Kazakhstan has also exported 89.9 tons of petroleum products worth $103,182 to Turkmenistan.
Kazakhstan’s overall export of crude oil stood at 33.3 million tons worth $15.08 billion in 1H2020 which is compared to 34.6 million tons worth $16.4 billion in 1H2019.
Kazakhstan’s overall export of petroleum products stood at 364,459 tons of products worth $1.04 million in 1H2020 which is compared to 574,297 tons worth $1.6 million in 1H2019.
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