Kazakhstan reports on volume of crude oil extraction January-March

Apr 17, 2009 02:00 AM

Volume of extraction of crude oil (natural mixture of hydrocarbons), including oil received from minerals bituminous increased in January-March, 2009 by 4.7 % and totalled 15,116.6 tons, the Statistics Agency of Kazakhstan informed.
According to the department, volume of oil, including gas condensate over the reporting period increased by 2.1 % and reached 18,116.9 tons. Gas condensate has decreased by 9 % and reached 3,000.3 tons.

Volume of extraction of gas has increased by 18.6 % up to 4,069.3 mm cm.

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