KASHAGAN WILL RESTART
Kazakhstan's vast Kashagan oil field, the world's biggest oil find in decades, is expected to restart production at the end of 2016, Exxon Mobil Production Vice President John Chaplin said.
The oil field is being developed by a consortium which includes KazMunaiGas, Exxon Mobil, Eni, Royal Dutch Shell, Total, China's CNPC and Japan's Inpex.
It began production in September 2013 but output was halted a few weeks later after leaks were detected in its pipes.
"Kashagan should start at the end of 2016," Chaplin, who is in charge of production in Europe…
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