Kazakhstan reports on oil and condensate exports

Jan 13, 2004 01:00 AM

Kazakhstan exported 40.044 mm tons of oil and gas condensate in January-November 2003, up 12 % year-on-year, the Kazakh National Statistics Agency said. In monetary terms, exports of oil and gas condensate in the first 11 months of the year increased 40 % to $ 6.314 bn.
The agency said that in the first 11 months of 2003 the republic exported 1.72 mm tons of oil products for $ 222.7 mm, up 59 % and 94 % year-on-year respectively.

Imports of oil products amounted to 923,500 tons for $ 213.1 mm, down 5 % and up 26 % respectively.
The source also said that in January-November 2003 the republic imported 8.005 bn cm of natural gas for $ 235 mm, both up 8 %. Kazakhstan produced 41.092 mm tons of oil and 5.5.469 mm tons of condensate in January-November 2003.

Source: Interfax Information Services
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