Russia's March oil output at 10.12 mm bpd

Apr 02, 2010 02:00 AM

Russia produced a post-Soviet record of 10.12 mm bpd of crude oil and gas condensate in March, a rise of 0.4 % from February, according to statistics from the energy ministry.
The country produced 42.812 mm tons of oil in March. In the first three months of the year, Russia's production totalled 123.864 mm tons of crude oil and condensate, up 3.2 % on the year.

State-controlled Rosneft produced 2.24 mm bpd on average in the month, LUKoil Holdings 1.83 mm barrels, TNK-BP 1.43 mm barrels, Surgutneftegaz 1.18 mm barrels and Gazprom Neft 595,385 barrels.
Gas giant Gazprom produced 47.31 bn cm of natural gas in March, with a daily average of 1.5 bn cm. The average daily output in February was 1.63 bn cm.

Russia's overall gas production stood at 60.03 bn cm in March.

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