Kazakhstan reports on gas production

Jul 05, 2004 02:00 AM

Kazakhstan raised gas production tentatively 41.6 % year-on-year to 9.784 bn cm of gas in January-June. The figure included 4.943 bn cm of natural gas, an increase of 46.6 %, a government official told.
Subsidiaries of KazMunaiGaz, the national oil and gas company, produced 598.892 mm cm, 4.3 % less year-on-year, including Ozenmunaigaz 554.4 mm cm, down 4 %, and Embamunaigaz 44.492 mm cm, down 8.9 %.

The TengizChevrOil joint venture produced 2.39 bn cm, up 10.7 %; Karachaganak Petroleum Operating Co. (KPO) 3.837 bn cm, up 38.2 %; and the Tenge joint venture 30.671 mm cm, down 14.7 %.
Mangistaumunaigaz produced 99.73 mm cm, or 11 % more, and Aktobemunaigaz 1.34 bn cm, or 170 % more.

Gas production in June alone amounted to 1.516 bn cm, or 17.2 % above target, including 886 mm cm of natural gas. KazMunaiGaz subsidiaries produced 101.005 mm cm, including Ozenmunaigaz 94.3 mm cm and Embamunaigaz 6.705 mm cm.
TengizChevrOil produced 368.342 mm cm, KPO 703.751 mm cm, Tenge 3.944 mm cm and KazakhOil Aktobe 18 mm cm in June.
Mangistaumunaigaz produced 17.03 mm cm and Aktobemunaigaz 93.295 mm cm.

Source: Interfax Information Services
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