The Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA) has released its first weekly update on fossil fuel exports from Russia.
The week of 14 to 20 November 2022, the EU continued as the top importer of Russian fossil fuels, followed by China, Turkey, India and South Korea. Crude oil makes up the lion’s share of the fuels imported by the top three. The EU also continues to import Russian LNG. The top five EU importers of Russian fossil fuels were Germany, the Netherlands, Bulgaria, Italy and Spain. Out of the top five ports importing Russian fossil fuels, two were in the EU, two in China and one in India.
Shipments in the last week
The weekly update of Russian fossil fuel exports was prepared by Meri Pukarinen, Europe-Russia Policy Officer, CREA; and Jan Lietava, Data Scientist/Engineer, CREA.
The weekly update is also available in Ukrainian.