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Russia oil reserves doubled, now worth $1.2 trillion

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Christian Fernsby ▼ | September 21, 2019
Russia's oil reserves have nearly doubled in valuation since last year and now total $1.2 trillion, Moscow's Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment reported Friday.
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Russia   In volume terms, oil reserves grew to $385 billion
The 88 percent increase is largely attributable to newly discovered reserves and higher valuations for the existing reserve supply. In volume terms, Russia's oil reserves grew to $385 billion.

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The production cost per barrel remains about $15.50. Oil accounted for 72 percent of Russia's gross domestic product in 2018.

The ministry said the value of Russia's natural gas reserves jumped $44 billion, to $221 billion, after an increase of 3.6 percent, or 15 trillion cubic meters.

The estimates for oil and natural gas only take into account what's commercially viable to produce.

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