The volume of oil production in Kazakhstan during the last seven months amounted to 52.23 million tonnes, meaning it has implemented the state’s plan by 101.2%, Kazakhstan’s Energy Minister Kanat Bozumbayev told the President Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev on 13 August.

“Three large oil projects accounted for 31.6 million tonnes,” the minister said, adding that 7.2 million tonnes were produced in Kashagan, 17.5 million tonnes in Tengiz, and about 6.9 million tonnes in Karachaganak.

Since June, after the overhaul of the Kashagan oil field, the production volume reached a stable high level of about 380,000 barrels per day.

According to the results of the past 7 months, gas production amounted to 33.1 billion cubic metres or 101.8% of the plan; commodity gas production – 19.6 billion cubic metres or 104.8% of the plan.

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