Tajikistan

CNPC announced the amount of investment in the development of the gas field in southern Turkmenistan.

CNPC has invested $ 4 billion in the commercial development of the gas-rich contractual territory Bagtyyarlyk in southern Turkmenistan.
As G. Berdymukhamedov stated, currently the Turkmen-Chinese cooperation in the oil and gas industry is developing dynamically and deeply.
Previously, the Turkmen media reported that work on the field Bagtyyarlyk - a raw source of supplies of Turkmen gas to China – are conducted from June 2008, in accordance with the Production Sharing Agreement signed with the State Agency for Management and Use of Hydrocarbon Resources under the President of Turkmenistan.
CNPC manages exploration and production of raw materials in the field and has also built two gas-cleaning companies.

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Turkmenistan is going to build new branch of gas pipeline to China via Tajikistan

Turkmenistan is going to build a new branch of the gas pipeline to China via Tajikistan, the President of Turkmenistan, G. Berdymukhamedov said today after the meeting with the President of Tajikistan, E. Rakhmon. Mr. Berdymukhamedov says that construction of the new branch for the gas pipeline from Turkmenistan to China that will be laid via Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan is an almost solved situation. Turkmenistan is going to diversify supplies of its hydrocarbon resources.

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Tajikistan increases LNG imports

Tajikistan increases LNG imports to 67,705 tons (+17,752 tons) for $41.838 million, the Ministry of Energy and Water Resources of the state reports. The agency claims that fuel imports will increase every year proportionally to car imports. Now a half of cars in the Tajikistan use liquefied hydrocarbon fuel. A ton of the fuel delivered to the customs board of Tajikistan was $618 in average last year, and remained nearly unchanged. Kazakhstan shares 91% in the supplies, Russia shares 6.6%, and Turkmenistan shares 2.4%.
 
Translated by Nadezhda Poltoratskaya

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Tajikistan and Chinese company sign agreement on construction of large refinery

The Tajikistan government and the Chinese company Haley have signed agreement on the construction and launch of oil-processing enterprise in free economic area of Dangara it was announced on Thursday.
The free economic area of Dangara is located in the Dangara region of Tajikistan.
This agreement was signed by head of State Committee of Investments Kodiri Qosim and general director of Haley, Guo Zhensyan the day before.
According to a source, the first stage of the project's implementation provides for the processing of up to 500 thousand tons of oil per year.

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China and Tajikistan to construct a gas pipeline of transit of Turkmen gas to China

CNPC and Tajiktransgas have signed an agreement on creation of a joint venture for the construction and operation of a gas pipeline that creates the conditions for the construction of the fourth branch of the gas pipeline for the transportation of Turkmen natural gas to China, the Xinhua transmits.
The agreement on construction of the Central Asia-China gas pipeline’s fourth branch was signed by the governments of China, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan in September of 2013. The new branch – the D one – is planned to be constructed on route of Turkmenistan- Uzbekistan-Tajikistan-Kyrgyzstan-China.
The new gas pipeline will enable to increase the annual gas transpiration by 25 billion cubic meters. The agreement on it was achieved by the governments of China and Turkmenistan in 2011.

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In January, Tajikistan doubled import of light oil products from Russia

In January of 2014, Tajikistan imported 66.5 thousand tons of light oil products that is 2.2 times more than in January of 2013, the Interfax reports.
In money terms, the import grew by 57% to $56.7 million that is 17.4% of the total import of Tajikistan in the reporting period.

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In 2014 the aluminum production in Tajikistan to be reduced by 30%.

In 2014 the primary aluminum production in Tajikistan is planned at the amount of 150 thousand tons, Negmatjon Buriev, First Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Tajikistan.
According to him, compared with the production results in 2013, the production decrease of primary aluminum is projected at 66.4 thousand tons in 2014.

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In 2013, Tajikistan increased coal production by 25%

In 2013, Tajikistan increased coal production by 25% to 518,000 tons; in 2011, coal yield was 412,000 tons. Last year coal sales were over 482,000 tons, by 58,000 tons more than in 2012. Stored coal reserves are 78,000 tons.
Coal production has increased in the state due to transition of large industrial enterprises from gas to coal. Since 2007, their number has reached over 150 enterprises. Coal production is performed by 162 enterprises now.  
Translated by Nadezhda Poltoratskaya

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In 2013, volume of gold production in Tajikistan grew by 11.4%

In 2013, volume of gold production in Tajikistan increased by 11.4% as compared with the previous year, made up 2 674.5 kg of precious metal, Tajikistan’s Minister of Industry and New Technologies Shavkat Boboev reported on Friday.

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Reserves of Sarikamysh are estimated at 15 billion cubic meters of gas, they to be enough for Tajikistan during 50 years

Sarikamysh field, which is developed by Gazprom in Tajikistan, will provide the country with natural gas during 50 years, Russian Ambassador to Tajikistan Igor Lyakin-Frolov reported on Wednesday.
“Preliminary reserves of natural gas at the Sarikamysh field are estimated at 18 billion cubic meters of gas that will provide Tajikistan with natural gas during 50 years,” – the diplomat said at the conference “Russian-Tajik business dialogue” in Dushanbe.

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