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Baghlan’s oil and gas revenue increases by 11% during the first two quarters

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Baghlan’s oil and gas revenue increases by 11% during the first two quarters

baghlan jpgBaghlan’s Oil and Gas Department has reported an 11% increase in the province’s revenue from oil and gas.

Abdul Karim Shaheen, head of the Department, said this year’s revenue has seen a hike of USD 250,000 compared with the revenue during the same quarters of last year.

According to the official, last year’s revenue stood at 9mn AFN.

He added this year’s generated revenue was beyond the estimated revenue of 1,100mn AFN.

Shaheen attributed the rise in revenue to the collection of rents from pump stations in Baghlan city.

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