SIBERIAN OIL FLOW SLIPS; LABOR UNREST PERSISTS

Oil production continued to fall in western Siberia's Tyumen Province during April. Tyumen crude and condensate flow in the first 4 months of 1991 averaged more than 600,000 b/d less than the level of the same 1990 period, the Moscow newspaper Rabochaya Tribuna reported. Last year, Tyumen Province oil production was about 7.2 million b/d, close to 60% of the U.S.S.R.'s total flow. The same article said Tyumen oil and gas workers are complaining that their living conditions are no better

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