Peru reports on oil output

Aug 01, 2002 02:00 AM

Peru produced an average of 94,596 bpd of oil in July, for a total of 2.93 mm barrels, state agency Perupetro said. For the first seven months of the year the daily average was 97,261 bpd or a total of 20.62 mm barrels, the agency said.

The agency also said that Peru produced 1.82 bn cf of natural gas in July, for a daily average of 58.60 mm cf. In the January to July period, Peru produced 8.31 bn cf of natural gas, the agency reported, for an average of 39.18 mm cfpd.

Source: Dow Jones
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