Archive special issue
#2 (86), April 2014A special issue devoted to the ATYRAU OIL & GAS - 2014 Exhibition
The results of oil and gas industry operations within the year 2013 were summed up at an expandedsession of the board of the RoK, with the participation of the Ministry of Oil and Gas and Serik Akhmetov, the Prime Minister
Career prospects for women in the oil and gas industry have improved in recent years and an increasing number of women are taking advantage of those opportunities, according to the majority of energy professionals in the inaugural Global Diversity and Inclusion Report.
Non-destructive testing is being used for more than hundred years in all industries and services – from space to medical examination of humans and energy preservation of their houses, as method for examining objects with the purpose of their further use and stress calculations.
A tradition of innovatin to extend exploration and production frontiers.
Advanced ice characterization and prediction for facilities design and operation.
Leading capabilities for spill prevention, preparedness and response.
From 2000 onwards, since the discovery of the giant Kashagan field in the Caspian offshore, Kazakhstan did not put into operation any other large field. A amoratorium on holding new bids for the subsoil use rights in the Republic of Kazakhstan, which was acting since 2007, was one of the factors that prevented the investment flow in the oil&gas industry. Now the government needs the foreign investment and, therefore, is preoccupied with removing the barriers for the investors
The Company Kazakhstan Petrochemical Industries Inc. provided to Petroleum actual information on the "Construction of the First Integrated Gas Chemical Complex in Atyrau Region" Project.
The Atyrau Oil Company Embamunaigas faced a serious problem of reducing its resource base. The Company will loose a part of its recognized assets due to the natural depletion of reserves. As for replenishment by new assets, exploration of new potential areas goes out of planned schedule and often leads to the results that are not expected.
ECOS LLP Company has been present on Kazakhstan market scene since 1994. The company’s headquarters are located in Almaty. Provision of enterprises of our country with high-quality equipment for industrial and personal safety, instrumentation and automation for various industries has become the main focus of the company.
In December 2013, Chevron’s Atyrau Valve Plant (AVP) won prominent recognition for production of the “Best Product for Industrial Use” at the highly competitive national contest “Best Goods of Kazakhstan-2013.
Tengizchevroil continues to have industry-leading safety results in standard industrial safety measurements such as Days Away from Work. In 2013, more than 19,000 people worked for a total of over 50 million hours for Tengizchevroil with seven injuries which required a day away from work. While this statistic is truly world-class performance, TCO strives for zero workplace injuries and is continuously working to improve in this area.
Zirax Company is one of the leading CIS producers and suppliers of well-killing fluids and acid solutions. A wide range of solutions for killing of wells based on pure synthetic salts of different density, as well as acid solutions based on synthetic hydrochloric acid for wells flowrate stimulation allows to solve effectively all the issues in this sphere
SeaTel USAT24 System is an offshore transceiving stabilized Ku-range antenna with the diameter of 60 cm. The system is compatible with the modems of leading international manufacturers: GILAT (Sky Edge 1 и 2), iDirect, Eastar, HUGHES (HNS), VIASAT.
Nowadays about 90% of successful foreign companies practice such an innovative business approaches as outsourcing. Unfortunately, there is no such accurate data for Kazakhstan, but it is obvious that they are much lower. However, this figure grows every year. Indeed, the international experience shows: the future belongs to the outsourcing.
The Abdi company has no rivals when it comes to the stationery products industry. Its share takes up a fifth of the Kazakhstani market, assessed at 50 billion tenge. There are corporate sales departments in each of the company’s 19 Kazakhstan branches. Firstly, this allows the company to always be next to the client, and secondly, makes it possible to keep the same prices for stationary supplies in any city. When a large corporation has the same contract with each of its branches, subdivisions and subsidiaries, it can reduce its office budget by up to 30%.
Granting Preferences to Kazakhstani Legal Entities in Connection With Their Investments in Kazakhstan
The issues related to the provision of preferences to Kazakhstani legal entities in connection with their investments in Kazakhstan are mainly governed by the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan “On Investments” dated January 8, 2003 (hereinafter the “Investment Law”) and the Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan “On Taxes and Other Obligatory Payments to the Budget” dated December 10, 2008 (hereinafter the “Tax Code”).