The publication cites data from insurance and shipping companies and the analytical company Kpler. In August, nearly three-quarters of all seaborne oil supplies from Russia went without Western insurance, a tool to meet the oil price ceiling of $60 a barrel.

"This growth means that Moscow is becoming more adept at circumventing the restriction, which allows it to sell more of its oil at prices close to those on the international market," the newspaper points out.

As noted in the material, Russia's ability to circumvent restrictions will increase its revenues against the background of the approach of the cost of oil to $ 100 per barrel.

Earlier, the Russian Ministry of Finance announced that the export duty on oil in Russia will be increased by $1.2023 from October 2, 5.