30 September 2011 10:35 [Source: ICIS news]
MOSCOW (ICIS)--Russia has reviewed its petrochemical export duties from 1 October, according to a decree signed by Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.
Next month, the export duty levied on ethylene, propylene, butylene and butadiene (BD) amounts to $196.6/tonne (€145.4/tonne), up from $192/tonne in September, according to the decree.
The duty levied on benzene, xylene and toluene was set at $271.5/tonne, down from $297.5/tonne.
Russia reviews the export duties levied on petrochemical products on a monthly basis, following changes in the crude oil export duty.
From 1 October, Russia's export duty on crude oil will be set at $411.4/tonne, down from $444.1/tonne in September.
($1 = €0.74)
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