Bulla Island, also Khara Zira or Khere Zire, Azeri: Bulla adası (Xərə Zirə) is an island in the Bay of Baku, Caspian Sea. It is the largest island of the Baku Archipelago, located off Baku, Azerbaijan.
The island is a centre for the nearby offshore gas development of the Bulla Deniz gas field, in production since 1968. It was the largest gas find in Azerbaijan before Shah-deniz and contains more than 4 trillion cubic feet (110 km3) of gas reserves.
- Native Aluminum from the Mud Volcano at the Bulla Island, Caspian Sea
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- Oil reserves in Bulla Island