Kazakhstan reports on oil and gas output

Nov 15, 2002 01:00 AM

Oil output in Kazakhstan rose 16 % this year from January to October and added up to 34,475,000 tons, Kazakhstan's Statistics Agency reported. In October oil production increased by 5.8 % or 3,790,000 tons.
Gas-condensate output increased by 33.2 % from January to October to 4,183,000 tons. In October it increased by 70.4 % compared to September 540,900 tons.

The country's natural gas output rose by 13.2 % in January-October to 10,707 mm cm. In October the country produced 1,241 mm cm of gas.

Source: Neftegaz.RU
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