Russian oil and gas reserves grew in 2001

Feb 18, 2002 01:00 AM

Russian oil and gas condensate reserves grew by 300 mm tons and gas reserves by 500 bn cm in 2001, according to the Russian Energy Ministry.
This growth ensured the reproduction of 86 % of oil and gas extracted last year and was attained primarily by LUKoil, Yukos, Surgutneftegaz, TNK and Slavneft.

Source: Neftegazovaya vertikal via NewsBase
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