We are talking about those quantities of oil and oil products exported from countries outside the customs territory of the Customs Union.
Such a solution is fixed by the Council of Ministers of Belarus, N557, which entered into force on 1 May 2011a. The text of the document published by the National portal of legal information.
As noted in the document, from May 1, the export duty on crude oil will be $ 453.1 per 1 ton against the rate of $ 423.7 per 1 ton, in effect since April 1. Since May 1, the export duty on gasoline, which is now isolated in a separate heading to be $ 408.3 per 1 ton, that is, 90% of the export duty on crude oil.
According to the document, the rate of duty on light oil products is set at $ 304 per 1 ton. The duty on heavy petroleum products will be from May 1, $ 211.8 per ton.
The Government of Russia in late April, adopted two resolutions, which raised the export duty on crude oil and petroleum products.
December 9 2010 was signed in Moscow Belarusian-Russian agreement on the sharing of export duties on oil and oil products. According to a document from January 1, Russian exports to Belarus duty-free all crude oil, Belarus to the Russian budget lists the entire volume of export duties on oil products derived from Russian oil.
Belarus, under the provisions of the documents signed on December 9, introduced on 1 January 2011and export duties on oil and oil products delivered outside the customs territory of the Customs Union. Export duties unified with Russia.