SOVIET OIL INDUSTRY WOES MAY EXTEND CRISIS

The Soviet Union's petroleum industry has been battered during the past 3 years by the most severe and broad based setbacks ever suffered by a nation not involved in a major war or crippled by deliberate government decisions to limit oil flow. If early 1991 results are a reliable indicator, the U.S.S.R.'s recovery from its present oil crisis will take considerable time.

Jun 3rd, 1991
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