Gazprom reports on gas output and exports January-November

Dec 13, 2000 01:00 AM

Over the first 11 months of 2000, Gazprom produced 375 bn cm of natural gas. Over the period under review, the volume of gas exported to foreign countries totalled 94.8 bn cm, up 2.2 % from 1999.
Over the first nine months of 2000, the volume of Russian natural gas exported to the CIS and Moldova declined by 2 bn cm as compared to 1999 to 47.4 bn cm. Gazprom's share in total gas supplies to the CIS and the Baltic states rose by 5.3 bn cm. The total volume of gas supplied in the first nine months of 2000 amounted to 34 bn cm.
In 2000, the volume of natural gas supplied to consumers in Russia by Gazprom is expected to reach 269.8 bn cm by Gazprom, while the volume provided by independent suppliers will top 33.6 bn cm. Over the first nine months of 2000, Gazprom supplied 210 bn cm of fuel to Russian consumers.

Source: Neftegazovaya vertikal via NewsBase
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