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Russia Took the First Place In Petrol Production In the World In May
3.06.2015 00:23
Russia Took the First Place In Petrol Production In the World In May

Russia took the first place in terms of petrol production in the world in May, overtaking Saudi Arabia, as “Interfax” reported, quoting the data of the Central Control Administration of the Fuel and Energy Complex.

      The Russian Federation has produced 45.288 million tons of petrol in May, and the average daily production amounted to 10.708 million barrels. Saudi Arabia, the largest producer among OPEC countries, was producing an average 10.25 million barrels per day in May. This was almost one percent lower than its April level. Earlier it was reported that oil production in the USA, who are taking the third place in the world, reached its multi-year height of 9.6 million barrels per day. Oil production volume in Russia was close to the post-Soviet record of 10.713 million barrels that was set in January.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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