RUSSIAN OIL EXPORTS TO SHOW LITTLE EFFECT

Russian oil exports to countries outside the Commonwealth of Independent States probably won't be large enough to have a major effect on the world market during the next two decades, an official study indicates. The Moscow newspaper Business World Weekly cited Russian Ministry of Fuel and Energy data projecting the nation's total exports of crude and products, including deliveries to C.I.S. states, at 3.1-3.8 million b/d in 2010. That compares with 5.9 million b/d in 1990, an expected

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