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One Day – One Country: Kazakhstan – Turkmenistan

Kazakhstan – Turkmenistan  Key Projects and Business Highlights 2014


 Kazakhstan is the second largest after Russia producer of crude oil from the former Soviet Union, it also holds the second largest reserves.

More than 40% of the oil and gas production is coming from the famous Tengiz and Karagchaganak

Kazakhstan_Turkmenistan_Projects_MapWith the support of the international oil companies (IOC) Chevron, ExxonMobil and Lukoil, the wholly state-owned company KazMunaiGas (KMG) undertook the full field development of Tengiz.

On its side Turkmenistan holds the sixth world proven reserves of natural gas with 265 trillion cubic feet (tcf) declared on January 2014.

In addition Turkmenistan crude oil proven reserves are estimated to 600 million barrels.   

In this context, both countries are struggling to develop their transportation infrastructures to export their oil and gas resources but are also investing downstream to develop their refining and petrochemicals capacities. 

CompactGTL to build first world small-scale GTL plant

CompactGTL_Kazakhstan_GTL_ProjectChaired by ex BP CEO, Tony Hayward, CompactGTL Limited (CompactGTL) signed a memorandum of co-operation with the Ministry of Oil and Gas in Kazakhstan to build in this country the first small-scale gas-to-liquid (GTL) facility in the world. With this project Kazakhstan is willing to monetize the associated gas released by its upstream sector from the oil and gas processing facilities.

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Chevron and KMG align on Kazakhstan Future Growth

Chevron_Tengiz_Future_Growth_Project_Sour_Gas_InjectionThe California-based international oil company (IOC) Chevron Corporation (Chevron)and its partners, the Kazakh national oil company (NOC) KazMuniaGas (KMG), the global leader ExxonMobil and the Russia company LukArco (Lukoil) are closely reviewing the offers of the engineering companies to award the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for the Future Growth Project (FGP) to expand the on the west side of Kazakhstan.

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Turkmenistan invests in Kiyanly Petrochemicals

Turkmenistan_Kiyanly_Polyethylene-Polypropylene_ProjectThe national oil and gas company Turkmengas State Concern (Turkmengas) is planning to invest $10 billion capital expenditure in a greenfield world-scale petrochemical complex at Kyyanly, also spelled Kiyanly, on East Coast of the Caspian Sea. Located in front Azerbaijan around the Caspian Sea and squeezed between Iran on the south and Uzbekistan – Kazakhstan in the north, Turkmenistan is ranked as the sixth largest country in the world by natural gas reserves.

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