We’re So Happy that It Wasn’t an Oil War After All

“Loaded the first cargo of crude oil from the Karachaganak Field in Kazakhstan at Russia’s Black Sea port of Novorossiysk. This represented the first shipment of Karachaganak production through the Caspian Pipeline Consortium export pipeline that provides access to world markets.” (press release pdf p. 2).

ChevronTexaco Reports Record Quarterly Net Income of $4.1 Billion

Production down four percent, but price up 35 percent: “Internationally, the average liquids price was up 35 percent to $32.48 per barrel….Worldwide oil-equivalent production, including volumes produced from oil sands and production under an operating service agreement, declined about 4 percent from the 2003 second quarter.” (p. 3).

See Also:

2ND WORLD CONFERENCE OF
OIL & REFINERY TRADE UNIONS
Resolves to intensify fight against Imperialist Onslaught
By Swadesh Dev Roye
Coalition of Indian Trade Unions

http://citu.org.in/swadesh%20dev%20roye.htm

Delegation Tours Colombia, Hosted by Oil Workers Union
By Tom Burke
Fight Back News (Minneapolis, MN)

http://www.fightbacknews.org/2004/03summer/colombiatour.htm

USO Colombia

http://www.nodo50.org/usocolombia/