» December 2002
The DECEMBER 2002 issue of Eastern Bloc Energy contains the following articles:

A survey of Western Siberian gas reserves by the VNIIgaz research institute, indicating how much gas can be produced annually to the end of this century and the extent of the exploration effort required to prove up sufficient gas. Reserves and necessary drilling footage by play and by size of field are published.

Russian oil production during January-November, and predictions of output for the year and for 2003. The Deputy Prime Ministers predictions for oil exports are given.

Gazprom plans for gas production and construction projects in 2003.

YUKOS plan for oil production, refining export and oil product export and sales. Details of the investment plan for 2003.

Production data for Lukoil, Surgutneftegaz, Purneftegaz, Tarkosaleneftegaz and Nadymgazprom companies.

Kazakhstan oil exports in 9 months.

SOCAR data on oil production at Caspian and onshore fields.

New product pipeline to be built in Tatarstan.

Market capitalisation of major oil, gas and electricity companies in November, December.

Details of the sale of the Russian Government stake in Slavneft.

Description of RITEK oil production company.

Gazprom investment plan for 2003. Details of Gazprom s debts and its plans to reduce them this year despite the need for large new credits. Gazprom plan to increase the size of its stake in SIBUR.

Coal dispute between Baikol-Ugol and Russkii Ugol.

YeES investment plan for 2003.

CIS oil shipments in November show big rise over 2001.

Latest Russian Government predictions for oil production and export in 2005 and 2020.

New info on plan for a new oil export terminal at Murmansk.

Aleksei Miller tours Western Europe to win support for the planned North Europe gas Pipeline from Yamal to Germany and possibly Britain.

Lukoil sells its Azeri-Chirag-Gyuneshli stake to Inpex of Japan.

Sakhalin Energy threatens to stop work on Sakhalin-2.

Lukoil expelled from Iraq as Western Qurna-2 contract torn up.

Druzhba-Adria integration plan approved.

INA prepares for sale of 25% of its shares.

Russian companies hope to win control of Czech Unipetrol.

Czech Republic oil balance for January-July in 2000, 2001 and 2002.



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