Source Pravda.Ru

Statistics Committee releases data on oil production in Russia

The volume of oil production in Russia (including gaseous condensate) amounted to 182m tons in the first half of 2002, which is 8.4% more compared to a similar period of time in 2001, the State Statistics Committee of the Russian Federation reported to RosBusinessConsulting. In June, the volume of oil production went up 7.6% against June 2001 and dropped by 1.5% against May, 2002.

Natural gas production has been reported at the 2.5% rise and reached 302bn cubic meters. In June, it gained 2.1% against June 2001 and lost 9.7% against May 2002. In addition, Russia produced 3.4m tons of liquefied gas in January through June. This is 12% less compared to the first half of 2001.

Comments
Explosion rips through school in Crimea, 10 killed
Putin blames globalisation for Kerch school shooting that claimed 21 lives
Putin: Russians will go to heaven in case of nuclear war
Putin blames globalisation for Kerch school shooting that claimed 21 lives
Russia will not let NATO warships into Sea of Azov
Putin: Russians will go to heaven in case of nuclear war
Putin: Russians will go to heaven in case of nuclear war
Russia will not let NATO warships into Sea of Azov
Russia will not let NATO warships into Sea of Azov
Explosion rips through school in Crimea, 10 killed
Explosion rips through school in Crimea, 10 killed
Putin blames globalisation for Kerch school shooting that claimed 21 lives
Russia joins forces with Egypt to establish law and order in the Middle East
Explosion rips through school in Crimea, 10 killed
Parents with mental disorders more likely to have autistic children
Parents with mental disorders more likely to have autistic children
Explosion rips through school in Crimea, 10 killed
Russia will not let NATO warships into Sea of Azov
Putin: Russians will go to heaven in case of nuclear war
Kerch college shooter grew up in dysfunctional family
Bill Clinton's Oval Office disgrace destroyed Yugoslavia