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2000

2001

Crude oil

100,6

108,2

133,5

118,6

74,2

100,8

175,0

154,9

Natural gas,thousand m3

72,8

80,1

84,2

88,6

66,3

53,5

87,5

105,2

Fossilcoal

33

36,2

38,8

35,7

27,3

16,6

26,4

29,4

Ironore

19,6

23,1

26,7

23,9

21,5

15,1

15,8

13,7

Nitrogenfertilizers

80,9

119,8

128

90,3

60,5

38,3

58,3

62,2

Potashfertilizers

69,7

71,9

77,2

79,8

87,4

86,4

87,0

76,9

Lumber,m3

53

58

59,4

57,5

50,5

43,4

43,5

45,5

Newsprintpaper

291,5

591,8

473,7

383,4

398,9

358,3

397,4

425,4

Pigiron

112,8

130,4

136,8

124,3

108,5

68,3

85,4

87,1

Ferroalloys

832,7

1090

1114

818,9

733,8

560,3

631,0

601,4

Copper

2042

2550

2143

2102

1655,0

1429,7

1658,3

1470,8

Nickel

5973

8057

7272

6733

5148,4

5236

8949,4

5652,9

Aluminum

1029

1519

1500

1402

1349,4

1145

1343,2

1175,7

Data source: the Goskomstat ofRussia.

In Europe natural gas prices remained veryhigh during the first six months of 2001. Despite a significant reduction ofthese prices during the second half of 2001, the average annual export pricesfor Russian natural gas exceeded the 2000 prices by 14.5%. Prices for someother commodities also turned upward (i.e. nitrogen fertilizers, newsprintpaper, etc.).

Last year, fuel and energy remained high onthe list of most important items of Russian exports to non-CIS states. Thereduction, against the previous year, of average export oil and oil productprices was set off by the growing exports of these commodities by 8% and 15%respectively, including the expanding exports of other products of the fuel andenergy complex. As a result, the aggregate value of fuel and energy exportsremained at the level of 2000, and the share of said commodities in the totalexports to non-CIS states went up to 56.2% as compared to 54.0% in 2000.

Table 36

The dynamics of the volume of stapleexports to non-CIS states


1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

Crude oil, mln.t

95,4

96,2

105

110

117,9

115,7

127,6

137,1

Oil products,mln.t

39,1

44

53,4

56,9

51,2

47,8

58,4

68,3

Natural gas,bcm

110

122

128

120

125,0

131,1

133,8

131,9

Fossil coal,mln.t

17,7

21

20,3

18,9

18,6

22,0

37,3

42,1

Iron ore,mln.t

9,8

11,4

7,8

8,2

10,1

7,6

9,1

10,8

Ferrous metals,mln.USD

4371

5646

6208

6018

4464,1

3885,8

4957

5422,8

Aluminum,thou.t

2301

2250

2616

2693

2790,4

3113,5

3173

3070,8

Copper,thou.t

451

467

524

533

550,3

532,9

642,4

592,2

Nickel,thou.t

124

153

166

220

214,1

211,1

196,8

188,0

Plant andequipment, mln.USD

3200

5314,5

5554,2

5598,7

5760,5

5953,6

6825

7405,6

Mineralfertilizers, mln.t

13,1

16,2

15,1

14,4

15,9

18,8

19,9

21,1

Lumber, mcm

13,5

17,9

15,4

17

19,8

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