Kazakhstan's oil exports edge down

Feb 17, 2009 01:00 AM

Kazakhstan's oil exports decreased in 2008, the republic's statistics agency reported.
According to the agency, Kazakhstan exported just shy of 60.709 mm tons of oil and gas condensate in 2008, 0.1 % less than la year earlier.

In terms of value, oil and gas condensate exports amounted to $ 43.508 bn, a 54.7-% rise from 2007.
In 2008, the republic produced 58.714m tons of crude oil and 12.024 mm tons of gas condensate.

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