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Russian 2016 gas output nearly flat on year at 637 Bcm: minister

Moscow — Russia's gas production, including associated petroleum gas, is estimatedat 637 Bcm in 2016, which would represent a marginal increase of 0.2% year onyear, energy minister Alexander Novak said late Tuesday.

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At the same time, gas exports from the country are estimated to haverisen around 5% at 202.3 Bcm, Novak said. The figure includes LNG deliveries. The increase in exports was mainly supported by purchases of pipeline gasby European clients earlier this year.

Total Russian gas supplies to Western Europe and Turkey in the first ninemonths of the year rose 8.8% to 103.25 Bcm, on the back of strong Russianflows in the first quarter of 2016, when Russian oil-indexed contracts wererelatively cheap following the oil price crash.

Coal output is expected to rise 3.2% year on year to 385.4 million mt,with exports increasing 5.8% to 165 million mt, Novak said.

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