Ukraine raises oil and gas production

Nov 24, 2003 01:00 AM

Ukraine raised oil and gas condensate production 6.2 % year-on-year to 3.303 mm tons in January October, the energy ministry said.
Naftogaz, the national oil and gas company, produced 3.13 mm tons, up 4.6 %.

Oil and gas condensate production grew 5.3 % to 339,100 tons in October, which was 5.3 % more than in September 2003 and 7 % more than in October 2002. Naftogaz produced 320,100 tons.
Natural gas production went up 3.9 % to 16.136 bn cm in the ten months and, in October, 3.8 % year-on-year to 1.668 bn cm. Gas transit increased 6.7 % in the ten months to 106.8 bn cm.

Source: Interfax Information Services
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