Russia Sets Tariff to Load Ust-Luga Tankers at $365 Per 100 Tons

Russia’s Federal Tariff Service set a fee of 10,621.47 rubles ($367) that OAO Transneft can charge per 100 metric tons of crude when loading tankers at its new Ust-Luga oil terminal on the Baltic Sea.

The tariff will be valid as of tomorrow for the expected March commissioning of the crude terminal, the service said in a statement today on its website.

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