Date: 6 months ago   Category: Russia

Russia announced record gas production


For last year in Russia extracted record 725 billion cubic meters of gas and also increased oil production. In 2018 gas production in Russia grew approximately by 5% - to record 725 billion cubic meters. About it on Thursday, January 10, the Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation Alexander Novak at a meeting with the president Vladimir Putin reported, RIA Novosti writes. "In gas industry the 18-year record on production is also broken – 725 billion cubic meters of gas are extracted. It makes approximately five-percent gain by 2017", - the minister told. Novak also reported that oil production in the Russian Federation in 2018 grew by 10 million tons, or for 1.6% by 2017 – up to 556 million tons. "54 fields, from them several large, such fields as Russian, Tagulsky, Kuyumbinsky – Krasnoyarsk Krai and the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Area were put into operation", - the minister told. Before Ukrgazdobycha announced record gas production for the last 25 - for 2018 15.49 billion cubic meters of gas were extracted. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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