Ukraine reports oil and gas output in January-April

May 18, 1999 02:00 AM

Ukraine's State Statistics Committee announced last week that 1.259 million tons of crude oil and gas condensate had been produced in the first four months of 1999, down 3.9% on the figure posted in the same period of last year.
Natural gas output, meanwhile, fell 0.5% year-on-year in the January-April period to 6 billion cubic meters.

Ukraine produced 311,000 tons of oil and condensate and 1.4 billion cubic meters of gas in April alone, down 3.9% and 9.1%, respectively, on the figures posted in March, the committee said.
The fall in output marked the continuation of a trend; Ukraine's oil output declined by 5.7% last year to reach 3.895 million tons while gas output dropped by 1.2% to 17.9 billion cubic meters. The committee did not say whether oil and gas production levels were expected to climb at all this year.

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