London — Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Domestic deliveries of crude oil to Russian refineries are set at 19.155 million mt in September, compared with 19.67 million mt in August, 0.6% higher month on month due to the fewer days in September, but 20% down on the year. Planned sales of gasoline on the St. Petersburg International Mercantile Exchange in September are down on the month, as refineries start maintenance and demand is expected to be seasonally lower. Refineries might also increase naphtha output at the expense of gasoline, with naphtha set to head for export, according to sources. Overall refinery throughput in September is expected to be slightly lower than August on refinery maintenance and poor refining economics. Russian refineries processed 22.560 million mt of crude in August, down 12% year on year and up 1.4% from July, according to energy […]