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Kazakhstan, Embassy Of The Republic Of Kazakhstan   


Iran to set up renewable energy projects in Kazakhstan

December 14, 2016

Iran and Kazakhstan have agreed on plans for setting up eight renewable energy projects in southern Kazakhstan said a report. The two countries have decided to develop a number of energy plants includ... View more

Air Arabia completes Kazakhstan hattrick

March 27, 2014

Air Arabia the Middle East and North Africa s first and largest low-cost carrier has announced the launch of regular non-stop services to Shymkent Kazakhstan. With the addition of Shymkent Air Arabia ... View more

Kazakhstan sues foreign oil majors

March 13, 2014

Repeated delays at the 13-year-old project targeted to produce as much oil as Opec member Angola from a reserve almost as big as Brazil s have infuriated the Kazakh government. The consortium led by E... View more

Kazakhstan O&G output rises, oil flows shift East to China

May 22, 2013

ON JANUARY 28 2013 Kazakhstan s Oil and Gas Ministry announced the country had exported 68.62 million tonnes (mt) of crude oil and condensed natural gas in 2012 a 3.3-per cent rise over the 2011 figur... View more

Kazakhstan strengthens Caspian energy role

September 20, 2012

KAZAKHSTAN increased gas production by 15.1 per cent in July 2012 compared to the same period of 2011 to 3.455 billion cubic metres (bcm) says Kazakh Statistics Agency. Compared to June 2012 Kazakhsta... View more

TD Williamson opens first office in Kazakhstan

September 20, 2012

TD WILLIAMSON (TDW) a leading provider of pipeline equipment and services has announced the opening of a new office in Kazakhstan. The facility has been set up as a limited liability partnership (LLP)... View more

Kazakhstan taking great strides in oil and gas sector

September 26, 2011

SINCE 2000 Kazakhstan has experienced significant economic growth. Two of the main catalysts for this growth have been economic reform and foreign investment much of which has been concentrated in the... View more

Kazakhstan, China sign gas deal

June 20, 2010

China and Kazakhstan agreed to build and finance a gas pipeline and deepen atomic energy ties extending Beijing s influence in a region where it has used its financial might to access natural resource... View more

Kazakhstan says Exxon stalling Kashagan talks

January 6, 2008

Kazakhstan has said that Exxon Mobil s holdout for better value for part of its stake in the giant Kashagan oil field endangers the project. Exxon is the only company from a consortium of oil majors o... View more

Kazakhstan and Russia sign deal

July 17, 2005

The Russian and Kazakh state oil firms Rosneft and KazMunaiGas have signed a deal to invest 23 billion in a 55-year production sharing agreement for the Kurmangazy oilfield in the Caspian Sea. Kazakh ... View more

Kazakhstan ready to forge Russia accords

October 17, 2004

Russia and Kazakhstan are expected to sign a production sharing agreement on the Kurmangazy oilfield this year Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov told reporters after talks with his Kazakh counter... View more

Kazakhstan may face oil transport problem

October 18, 2003

While Kazakhstan trumpets its future role as a major player on world oil markets the headache of transporting crude from this remote ex-Soviet republic worried executives at an industry forum here. La... View more

Kazakhstan now looking at fresh oil export options

December 31, 2001

Kazakhstan is seeking new export routes to carry oil output that will reach an annual 120 million tonnes by 2015 and is discussing with China Iran and Turkey possible pipeline plans a top oil official... View more