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10 million tonnes of oil exported from Kazakhstan's Kashagan

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Staff Writer | February 3, 2018
Kazakhstan Kashagan
Energy   NCOC will increase production volumes gradually

Ten million tonnes of crude oil and condensate was exported from Kashagan, one of the largest fields of Kazakhstan, AzerNews reported citing the press service of the North Caspian Operating Company (NCOC).

“North Caspian Operating Company, operator of the first oil and gas project in the Kazakh sector of the Caspian Sea, announces that as of January 30, 2018, the volume of safe production and export from the Kashagan field amounted to ten million tons of crude oil and condensate,” the message said.

NCOC will increase production volumes gradually based on consistently applied planned measures.

“These measures are aimed at ensuring the reliability of our equipment and processes, taking into account the reaction of the reservoir, because production safety is always a top priority for us, and there cannot be any compromises in this matter,” the company explained.

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