Another delay for the Kashagan

Eni, an Italian multinational oil and gas company, announced that it will begin initial production in the much-delayed Kashagan field in Kazakhstan by September 2013. The Kashagan is the largest discovery in the past 30 years, and its production is expected to rival that of the Ghawar. The Kashag...

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