AZERBAIJAN PLANS AMBITIOUS BOOST IN OIL PRODUCTION

The former Soviet republic of Azerbaijan plans to nearly double oil production by 1996 and more than triple current flow early in the next century. Almost all of the projected increase is to come from Caspian Sea fields slated for development with the help of western firms (OGJ, Jan. 25, p. 46). Azerineft, Azerbaijan's state oil company, expects oil production to reach 400,000 b/d by 1996 vs. about 226,000 b/d last year, 234,000 b/d in 1991, and 249,000 b/d in 1990. Azerbaijani government

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