New Delhi, Dec 27 (UNI) The crude oil production in the country increased 0.3 per cent at 2.822 million tonnes in November 2007 from 2.814 million tonnes in the corresponding month previous year.
However, the production in November decreased 1.1 per cent from the targeted 2.854 million tonnes during the month, according to the official data released today.
State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) production stood at 2.164 million tonnes and OIL's at 0.255 million tonnes, whereas Private/JVC actual production stood at 0.403 million tonnes during the said month.
The refinery production in terms of crude throughput increased 5.2 per cent at 12.973 million tonnes during November this year as compared to 12.331 million tonnes in the same month a year ago.
This production is 3.7 per cent more than the 12.505 million targeted in the said month.
During November this year, the natural gas production increased 3.3 per cent to 2,764 million cubic meters from 2,676 million cubic metre during the the corresponding month last year.
The November 2007 production is short 2.2 per cent than the targeted 2,825 million cubic metres during the said month.
ONGC actual production stood at 1,864 million cubic metres, OIL at 201 million cubic metres, whereas Private/JVC production was at 699 million cubic metres in November this year.