Kazakhstan reports on January-September oil, gas product output

Oct 21, 1999 02:00 AM

Kazakhstan's State Statistics Agency announced that some 19.612 million metric tons of crude oil had been produced in the first nine months of the year, up 11.1% on last year's figure.
Natural gas production, meanwhile, amounted to 7.062 billion cubic meters in the January-September interval, up 20% on the figure posted in the same period of 1998.
Kazakh refineries turned out 938,900 metric tons of gasoline and 1.532 million metric tons of fuel oil during the nine-month period, down 29.7% and 32%, respectively, on the figures posted in the same period of last year.
The agency also noted that 2.323 million metric tons of oil had produced in September alone, up 17.4% on the year-ago figure but down 4.7% on August. Some 714 million cubic meters of gas were extracted in September, marking a 19% year-on-year rise but a 14.7% month-on-month fall.
Also in September, 127,400 metric tons of gasoline and 243,600 metric tons of fuel oil were produced -- up 4.7% and 12.5%, respectively, on the year-ago figures, but 39.2% and 23.4% down, respectively, on August figures.

Source: NewsBase
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