AZERBAIJAN'S OIL FLOW SEEN STABILIZING

Azerbaijan's oil production shows signs of stabilizing. State oil company Azerineft estimated total production of crude and condensate in the former Soviet republic in 1992 to be at least 226,000 b/d. That indicates a slowing in the rate of decline in light of production of 234,000 b/d in 1991 and 249,000 b/d in 1990. Further, oil production in Azerbaijan rose sharply in October 1992 from the previous month and was 95.7% of the October 1991 level.

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