Syria’s oil production (under government control) has hit a low of 18,000-19,000 b/d of light crude and condensate because of the ongoing uprising in the country, Syrian oil minister Sulaiman ‘Abbas, told the Syrian daily Tishreen of 25 September. This production is coming from fields in the south central area of the country operated by two companies, Hayan Petroleum Company and Elba Petroleum Company. Hayan groups Syria’s state General Petroleum Corporation...
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