(in Eastern Europe)



AREA (on): 78,900 km2

OIL PEAK: 1953


An extension of the Vienna basin of Austria is the site of all of the Czech Republicís oil and gas production. Output is generally in long term decline after years of modest production since 1919.



The economy of the Czech Republic has expanded before and after its entry into the European Union in 2004 and oil and gas consumption grew sharply up to 2005. However, after dipping in 2007, output is now expected to remain flat until it begins to fall after 2016, when higher prices quell demand.

Whilst consumption increases and production declines, imports of both oil and gas have risen. Oil imports have now peaked but gas demand and imports from the Former Soviet Union are likely to begin rising again.





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