Turkmenistan plans to produce 74 bn cm of gas in 2004

Nov 17, 2003 01:00 AM

Turkmenistan plans to produce 74 bn cm of gas in 2004, of which 58 bn cm will be exported, deputy prime minister in charge of oil and gas, Yolly Gurbanmuradov, said at a government meeting.
An increase in exports will be possible due to new gas pipelines of 120 km in length. The country's main customers will be Ukraine (36 bn cm), the Itera group (10 bn) and Gazprom (5 bn), he said.

Turkmenistan also plans to produce 15 mm tons of crude, up from the 10 mm tons planned this year. Turkmenistan will produce 11 mm tons itself.
The country plans to produce 67.6 bn cm of gas in 2003, up 26 % year-on-year, and 13.5 mm tons of crude, Turkmenistan produced 47.2 bn cm of gas in January-October 2003, up 8 % year-on-year, and 8.145 mm tons of crude, up 10 %.

Source: Interfax
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