Russia's oil export duty to fall to $52 per tonne in September

A view shows oil tanks at the NNK-Primornefteproduct petroleum depot in the far eastern port of Vladivostok, Russia June 11, 2022. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Tatiana Meel

MOSCOW, Aug 15 (Reuters) - Russia's oil export duty is set to decline to $52 per tonne in September from $53 per tonne in August, the finance ministry said on Monday, tracking global oil prices.

The level of duty is calculated by the finance ministry and based on monitoring of seaborne Urals , crude oil prices.

The ministry based the August export duty on prices recorded between July 15 and Aug. 14.

Here are export duties in U.S. dollars per tonne:

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