India has witnessed a declining trend in Production of Crude Oil and Condensate from 2010-11 to 2016-17. Production of Crude Oil and Condensate was 37683.68 thousand metric tonnes (TMT) during 2010-11, out of which 35526.891 TMT (94.28%) was Crude Oil and 2156.789 TMT (5.72%) was Condensate. It has increased by 1.08% to 38089.68 TMT during 2011-12 over 2010-11. Out of the total Production of 38089.68 TMT during 2011-12, Crude Oil was 35933.853 TMT (94.34%) and Condensate was 2155.827 TMT (5.66%).
We have observed annual de-growth of -1.39% in Production of Crude Oil and Condensate during 2015-16 over 2014-15 from 37460.997 TMT. Production of Crude Oil and Condensate was 36008.829 TMT during 2016-17, down by -2.53% versus 36941.752 TMT during 2015-16. Out of the total Production of 36941.752 TMT during 2015-16, Crude Oil was 35500.079 TMT (96.1%) and Condensate was 1441.673 TMT (3.9%). Out of the total Production of 36008.829 TMT during 2016-17, Crude Oil was 34501.09 TMT (95.81%) and Condensate was 1507.739 TMT (4.19%).
Maximum Production of 38089.68 TMT was found in 2011-12 in Production of Crude Oil and Condensate during the period under consideration.
Note: NA: Not available; Total may not tally due to rounding off; ^: less than 0.5; P: Provisional; Source: ONGC, OIL and DGH.
Resource Title: Production of Crude Oil and Condensate from 2010-11 to 2016-17
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