Kelvon, officially the State of Kelvon is a state of Kazulia. Kelvon is located in south-eastern Kazulia covering an area of [Insert Area] and a population of 2.15 million inhabitants, making it the sixth smallest German state by area and the fifth smallest by population. [Insert Capital] is the state capital and largest city, while other major cities include [Insert city[. Kelvon is surrounded by the state of Dreton (to the north) and the state of Hent (to the west). Kelvon shares international borders with North Dovani, Hulstria and Ostland.
Kelvon is a landlocked state with large distances to moderating bodies of waters. As a result, its climate is extremely continental, rendering severe winters throughout the state. Southern areas have very warm or hot summers.
Historically, Kelvon's economy was primarily associated with agriculture. Increasing diversification has resulted in agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting only making up 10% of the state's GDP as of recent. Kelvon grows a large portion of Kazulia's grain. The production of canola surpassed the production of wheat, which is Kelvon's most familiar crop and the one most often associated with the state. Total net income from farming was ₭3.3 billion which is about ₭0.6 billion more than previous years. Other grains such as flax, rye, oats, peas, lentils, canary seed, and barley are also produced in the state. In the north-eastern part of the province, forestry is also a significant industry.
Mining is a major industry in the state, with Kelvon being one of the largest exporters of potash. Oil and natural gas production is also a very important part of Kelvon's economy, although the oil industry is larger. Among the Kazulian states, Kelvon is the least productive due to a lack of mature wells. Agatha and Dreton, respectively surpass Kelvon by large fractions in terms of oil and natural gas production. Heavy crude is extracted in the [Insert] area.
Major Saskatchewan-based state-owned corporations are Kelvon Insurance Board (KIB), KelvTel, Kelvon Fuel Trading Company (the province's main supplier of natural gas and biofuels), and Kelvon Electric. Kelvon Electric, since its creation in 4690 has been the principal supplier of electricity in Kelvon, serving more than 1 million customers and managing ₭4.5 billion in assets. Kelvon Electric is a major employer in the province with almost 2,500 permanent full-time staff located in some 60 communities across the state.