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On Sakhalin, natural gas exports declined, and bioresources rose

The volumes of supplies of liquefied natural gas (LNG), which occupies up to 90% in the structure of Sakhalin exports, amounted to 75% of the level of deliveries in January-April last year.

Information about the results of the region’s foreign trade activity over the 4 month since the beginning of the year has been extended by Sakhalin customs officers today.

Cargo turnover during this period compared to last year fell by 25% and amounted to about 3 million tons. The decline generally affected export operations. However, the export of aquatic biological resources increased by 10% ($ 75,5 million), brown coal - by 400% ($ 19,2 million), peat - by 30% ($ 446 thousand).

During this time, only 1151 cars were imported to Sakhalin - a decrease of almost 20%. The cargo and passenger flow through the Sakhalin customs amounted to 550 vessels and more than 60 thousand people.

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