Kazakhstan not to fulfill 2011 oil production target.

By bne IntelliNews December 30, 2011
Kazakhstan will fall short of planned oil volumes for 2011, partly due to the disorders in Zhanaozen, Oil and Gas Minister Sauat Mynbayev told reporters. The reason is that some enterprises have reduced output, mainly due to the recent riots in Zhanaozen, where there was a 15% reduction. The plan envisaged 81m tonnes of oil, while anticipated production for the year is 80.3m tonnes.

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