DATA SKETCHY ON LITHUANIA'S OIL RESOURCES

The Soviet Union's breakaway republic of Lithuania is not completely lacking in petroleum resources, as it has often been portrayed during its struggle for independence and resulting cutoff of Russian fuel deliveries. Instead, Lithuanian territory accounts for the largest area of what Moscow calls the Baltic oil province. At least 10 oil fields have been discovered in Lithuania, most of them during the late 1960s and the 1970s.

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