Interview with Deputy General Director for Human Resources Management, Mrs. Raikhan Abdrassilova on the eve of the 25th anniversary of Kazakh-Chinese cooperation in the oil and gas sector
On September 29, the first aviation fuel exchange auctions in Kazakhstan took place at the ETS Commodity Exchange JSC platform.
At the end of June this year, following the talks between the Prime Ministers of Belarus and Kazakhstan, Roman Golovchenko and Askar Mamin, an agreement on trade and economic cooperation in oil and petroleum products supplies to Belarus was signed in Nur-Sultan.
Joint-stock (JSC) National Company (NC) KazMunayGas (“KMG” or “Company”), Kazakhstan's national vertically integrated oil and gas company, announced its operating results for 2020.
The North-West Kyzylkiya field began its story in 2003-2004, when engineers carried out 2D and 3D field seismic surveying in the southern section of the Turgai depression and created structure maps for potential oil deposits, resulting in the North-West Kyzylkiya field opening as a result of well No. 34 being drilled in 2004.
Over this period KPO produced more than 75 million barrels of oil equivalent of stable and unstable liquid hydrocarbons, export raw gas and sweet fuel gas.
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A modern gas processing plant will be built near the giant Kashagan offshore field.
AKSAI, West Kazakhstan Oblast, 6 February 2020 - Karachaganak Petroleum Operating B. V. (KPO) has announced its performance results for 2019.
The Ministry of Energy of Kazakhstan is developing a roadmap for the Khazar and Kalamkas-Sea projects after the withdrawal of investors – the Consortium of North Caspian Operating Company (NCOC) and Shell. This was reported in early November by the press-service of the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
After the completion of the modernization program of its refineries, Kazakhstan completely covered the demand of the domestic market for gasoline and diesel fuel. But it is still not possible to start exporting surpluses.