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Kazakhstan Increases January-July Crude and Gas Condensate Output 5.6 Percent

From January to July 2010, Kazakhstan produced 46.041 million tons of crude and gas condensate, or 5.6 percent more than in the same period in 2009, KazMunayGaz reported in a news release. Gas condensate production was 2.814 million tons (85.7 percent of 2009 levels).

Kazakhstan Increases January-July Crude and Gas Condensate Output 5.6 Percent Kazakhstan Increases January-July Crude and Gas Condensate Output 5.6 Percent

 

From January to July 2010, Kazakhstan produced 46.041 million tons of crude and gas condensate, or 5.6 percent more than in the same period in 2009, KazMunayGaz reported in a news release. Gas condensate production was 2.814 million tons (85.7 percent of 2009 levels).
In the first seven months of the year, KazMunayGaz produced 5.090 million tons of crude and condensate, or 96.9 percent of 2009 figures.
Enterprises in which KamMunayGaz participates produced 24.959 million tons of crude in the same period. These include: TengizChervoil - 14.620 million tons; MangistauMunayGaz - 3.312 million tons; KazGermMunay - 1.818 million tons; Petro Kazakhstan Kumkol Resources - 1.708 million tons and Turgay-Petroleum - 1.741 million tons.
Other crude producing enterprises in Kazakhstan produced 15.991 million tons from January through July. These include: Karachaganak Petroleum Operating (KPO) - 6.932 million tons and CNPC-AktoMunayGaz - 3.618 million tons. 

Source : Oil and Gaz Eurasia