MOSCOW, May 30. /TASS/. Russia's oil exports to non-CIS countries edged up by 0.3% from May 1 to 29 to 636,400 tonnes per day, while supplies by sea added 0.7% to 405,400 tonnes per day, a source familiar with official oil production statistics told TASS.
Meanwhile oil deliveries via pipelines lost 0.4% in the period to 230,900 tonnes per day. Average daily pipeline exports of oil to Germany decreased by 2.5% in May to 38,900 tonnes, to Poland - by 3% to 32,600 tonnes. Supplies to Slovakia fell by 6% to 15,900 tonnes per day, to Hungary - by 10.5% to 17,900 tonnes per day. Meanwhile average daily exports of Russian oil to the Czech Republic and China rose by 2.8% to 10,500 tonnes and by 1.7% to 115,500 tonnes, respectively.
Oil exports from Russia considering transit resources slipped by 0.02% in May to 666,000 tonnes per day.