(in Former Soviet Union)



AREA (on): 198,500 km2

OIL PEAK: 1961


Oil output peaked back in 1963 from small fields in the eastern Fergana valley on the border with Uzbekistan. There is no potential for additional fields to stem decline.

Some minor new gas production is possible as foreign investment helps the country better develop its infrastructure.



Kyrgystzan imports small amounts of oil and larger quantities of gas from Russia. Consumption and imports of oil are expected to increase steadily although slower than they have done since 2001. Consumption of gas fell in 2003 but is forecast to rise slowly over the next decade.





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