FIRST HALF WORLD OIL FLOW FLAT WITH 1991 PERIOD

Huge production losses from the Commonwealth of Independent States combined with a large increase from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries to result in first half world crude production virtually flat with a year ago. Total world crude flow averaged 59.899 million b/d in first half 1992, up only 29,000 b/d from first half 1991. First half C.I.S. production plummeted 1.292 million b/d from the year ago level to average 9.331 million b/d, dragging down crude production of Communist

Sep 14th, 1992
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