Rosneft says to sell BP $2.87 bln worth of oil products
MOSCOW Dec 30 (Reuters) - Russia's top crude producer Rosneft said in a filing on Monday its board had approved a deal to sell up to 3.2 million tonnes of oil products to BP from a number of Black Sea ports for up to $2.87 billion.
Rosneft said it would to sell up to 660,000 tonnes of naphtha for up to $700 million and up to 1.26 million tonnes of fuel oil for up to $940.3 million from Tuapse.
Rosneft also said its board approved a deal to sell up to 1.3 million tonnes of gasoil to BP for up to $1.2 billion.
Rosneft did not disclose the timeframe for the supplies.
Earlier this year Rosneft announced deals worth more than $13 billion to sell its crude oil and products to BP, a related party that owns almost 20 percent in the state-controlled oil company.
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