SOVIET FLOW SKIDS TO LESS THAN 10 MILLION B/D

Soviet oil production plunged to the lowest level in more than 15 years during late 1991 as the U.S.S.R. transformed itself into the Commonwealth of Independent States. Fourth quarter crude and condensate flow tumbled to less than 10 million b/d, according to new estimates. Production for the year fell to an average of about 10 million b/d, "or 10.1 million b/d at best," according to L.D. Churilov, former head of the defunct U.S.S.R. Ministry of the Oil and Gas Industry and now president of

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