SOVIET EXPLORATION SUCCESS SPREADS FROM BARENTS INTO KARA SEA

Soviet offshore arctic exploration success has fanned out east of the Barents Sea into the even harsher environment of the neighboring Kara Sea. Discoveries and geophysical data recently disclosed by Moscow authorities and unofficially by Soviet petroleum industry personnel indicate that shallow waters of the Yamal Peninsula's Kara Sea shelf may hold one of the world's biggest concentrations of giant and supergiant offshore gas fields.

Aug 6th, 1990
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