Tajikistan

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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In January – November, Tajikistan reduced light oil products imports from Russia by 1.1%

In January – November, Tajikistan reduced light oil products imports from Russia by 1.1% to 325,500 tons. In price, imports reduced by 10.5% to $341.3 million sharing 9.1% in total imports.
In November, Tajikistan reduced light oil products imports from Russia by 22.5% to 22,900 tons. In price, imports reduced by 24.9% to $23.7 million.

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Tajikistan asks Uzbekistan to resume deliveries of natural gas

The official letter of cooperation in the sphere of gas, including gas purchases in 2014 was sent to Uzbekistan, General Director of Tajiktransgas reported. “If the answer is positive, we’ll start the negotiations about the gas delivery contract”, he said.
“It is hard to specify the volume. It depends on the supplier and the consumers in the republic. Besides, there is the gas value factor”, he explained.

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New licenses to be given to Gazprom in Tajikistan

Visit of Gazprom’s delegation, consisting of the CEO Alexei miller and Gazprom International’s CEO Valery Gulev, to Tajikistan has been over. During the visit, Alexei Miller met the President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon.

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Gazprom Neft can enter the processing market in South-East Asia in 2014

In 2014 Gazprom Neft is going to enter the processing market of South-East Asia, the company reported after the meeting of the Board of Directors where development of the business was discussed.
“Gazprom Neft processes oil at oil-refining plants within the territory of Serbia and Byelorussia. In 2014 entering South-East Asian market is planned”, is said in the report. It is noted that the foreign processing assets provide for the access to premium markets of other countries inefficient for the deliveries of oil products from Russian refineries, RIA News reports.

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Tajikistan counts on 1 million tons of duty-free Russian oil products

The Tajik Energy Ministry has presented indicative balance for 2014 to its Russian colleagues, according to which the republic intends to receive 1 million tons of duty-free oil products from Russia, the Interfax-Ukraina reports.
“The share of gasoline and diesel fuel in the balance is 610 thousand tons, including 250 thousand tons of diesel fuel and 360 thousand tons of different grades of gasoline,” – the report of the Energy Ministry of Tajikistan says.
It notes that the Russian Ministry of Energy has received the document from Tajikistan and considers it.

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