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Russia's crude oil production in 2014 reached a new high in the post Soviet era

Russia's crude oil production in 2014 reached a new high in the post Soviet era

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january 4, 2015

[China paint information] on the evening of January 2, Beijing time, the Russian Ministry of energy released data on Friday, In 2014, Russia's crude oil production reached a record high in the post Soviet era, with an average daily production of 10.58 million barrels, an increase of 0.7% compared with 2013, mainly due to the increase in the production of small non-state-owned crude oil producers

in December last year, the output of crude oil and gas condensate reached 10.67 million barrels/day, also a record high since the collapse of the former Soviet Union

data show that the output of Russia's private small crude oil producers increased by 11% and the daily average output reached slightly higher than 1million barrels. Meanwhile, due to the growth of local demand and the increase of refinery capacity utilization, the crude oil exported through the state-owned company Transneft decreased by 5% to 195.5 million tons

Russia's crude oil export to China reached a new high of 22.6 million tons, an increase of 43% compared with 2013, mainly because Russia seeks to diversify its energy export customers

in the first half of 2014, Russian crude oil producers benefited from the rising trend of oil price. At that time, the oil price hit more than $113 per barrel. But since then, oil prices have fallen by half. After the crude oil price drops, 3. Check the compression fixture and put in the test piece, and check that the hydraulic loading system lags behind 1 The growth rate of Russian crude oil market in 2014 slowed down compared with 1.4% in 2013 under the influence of automatic operation of the structural framework and sanctions from western countries

Rosneft, the largest Russian listed oil company, saw a 0.7% decline in production due to the decline in the production of its West Siberian oil field

the revenue from melting crude oil and natural gas under pressure accounts for about half of Russia's government budget. Affected by the drop in oil prices, the Russian economy is sliding into recession. According to the prediction made by the Russian Ministry of energy, Russia's crude oil production may further decline to 525million tons in 2015. The International Energy Agency (IEA) also predicted that Russia's crude oil production would decline by%

in 2014, Russia's natural gas production decreased by 4% to 640.237 billion cubic meters. Among them, the output of Gazprom, the largest natural gas producer, fell by 9% to 432billion cubic meters, a record low, mainly due to the pricing dispute between the company and Ukraine, which was once the company's second largest customer, second only to Germany

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