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Russia's Feb oil exports from western ports seen around 8.2 MMt

(Reuters) - Russia’s crude oil exports and transit from its western ports are seen at around 8.2 MMt this month, in line with market forecasts, industry sources said and Reuters calculations showed on Wednesday.

Russia's loading plans for the ports of Primorsk, Ust-Luga and Novorossiisk in February were revised up earlier this month due to additional Rosneft volumes freed up after the shutdown of its Tuapse oil refinery.

The Tuapse refinery will not resume operations in February.

Rosneft has added nine cargoes to February's provisional loading plans for Primorsk, Ust-Luga and Novorossiisk, while Gazpromneft will ship one additional cargo from Ust-Luga, the data obtained by Reuters showed.

Oil loadings from Russia's western ports in February are seen broadly unchanged from January on a daily basis, the sources added.

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