Crude Oil Output Averages 887,080 b/d in 1H 1991
Egypt's output of oil, gas and condensates amounted to 26,674,000 metric tonsin the first half of 1991, according to a recent issue of al-Bitrul magazine,published by the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC). This compareswith a total of 51,609,000 tons for the whole of 1990. The 1H 1991 output figurecomprises: (a) 22,437,000 tons (about 887,080 b/d) of crude oil, as comparedwith an average of 861,712...
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