BRUNEI TO BOOST OIL OUTPUT IN 1992

Brunei plans to jump its oil production this year by 11% to 180,000 b/d, its highest level in almost a decade. Brunei Shell, the country's main producer, is ramping up production as part of a policy of maximizing output and minimizing costs. Brunei Shell is owned equally by Royal Dutch/Shell Group and the Brunei government. Brunei oil production is expected to average 200,000 b/d in the first half, then probably drop to 160,000 b/d in the second half because of well shut-ins for

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