Russia increased gas production by 10% over the year

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Gazprom data are not published separately

In December alone, Russia produced 69.03 billion cubic meters. m of gas – an increase of 3.3% compared to the same month in 2020.

In Russia, the volume of natural gas production in 2021 increased by 10% compared to 2020 – to 762.3 billion cubic meters. m. On Sunday, January 2, reports Interfax with reference to the data of the Central Dispatch Office of the Fuel and Energy Complex of the Russian Federation.

It is indicated that 69.03 billion cubic meters were produced in Russia in December. m of gas – an increase of 3.3% compared to the same month last year.

Data for Gazprom are not published separately. They are included as “calculated” in the production volume of “other subsoil users”, who produced 549.33 billion cubic meters in 2021. meters of gas (49.76 billion cubic meters of gas – in December).

At the same time, the largest independent gas company – NOVATEK – produced 77.22 billion cubic meters last year. m (in December – 6.73 billion cubic meters). PSA operators produced 28.88 billion cubic meters last year. m (2.77 billion cubic meters).

It is also reported that the volume of oil and gas condensate production in Russia in 2021 increased by 2.2% and amounted to 524.05 million tons. Average daily production was fixed at 10.52 million barrels.

In December 2021, Russia produced 46.11 million tons of oil with gas condensate, which is 8.4% more than in December 2020. Average daily production was fixed at 10.9 million barrels.

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Rosneft (170.73 million tons), LUKOIL (75.73 million tons) and Surgutneftegaz (55.45 million tons) produced the most “black gold” for the year.

Last week Gazprom announced record gas extraction from underground storage facilities… This happened due to the abnormally low temperatures in Russia, which were recorded on average per day – up to -17 degrees.

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