Kazakhstan reports on gasoline production

Jan 14, 2004 01:00 AM

Kazakhstan increased production of gasoline, including aviation fuel, 9 % to 1.84 mm tons in 2003, with diesel production up 16 % to 2.68 mm tons, a source in the National Statistics Agency told.
Production of heating oil, not including fuel for open-hearth furnaces, increased 10 % to 3.061 mm tons, with kerosene production, including rocket fuel, up 26 % to 309,800 tons.

Production of oil coke, bitumen and residue from refining oil and other oil products produced from bituminous minerals increased 26 % to 205,200 tons in 2003.
Production of liquefied hydrocarbon gasses increased 25 % to 228,400 tons.

Source: Interfax Information Services
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