Rosneft announces 3rd quarter results

October 2013
World Energy News;10/30/2013, p21
The article focuses on the third quarter, 2013 result of OAO NK Rosneft. The hydrocarbon production increased by 2.0% and reached 4,884 boepd. The crude oil and liquid production reached 4,193 boepd and gas production increased up to 10.82 bcm. The Company is progressing its offshore projects development program.


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