(in Former Soviet Union)



AREA (on): 69,700 km2

OIL PEAK: 1982 (forecast)


Georgia produces modest amounts of oil and gas onshore from marginal fields near the Black Sea coast.

New foreign joint ventures operating in the country have had negligible effect on production rates since 1997 and no success has yet been registered in the Black Sea. However remedial work on old fields in the Kura basin could increase output in the short term so modest increases in oil production is forecast. Associated gas production is negligible.



Oil consumption in Georgia, nearly all of which is imported, has been declining since 2005 and is likely to remain flat. Although the BTC pipeline from Azerbaijan passes across the country it is not forecast to have a significant effect on oil consumption.

Gas consumption, also mostly imported, may increase rather faster as additional gas becomes available from the parallel gas pipeline running from Azerbaijan.





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