Kazakhstan Oil and Gas, Russia Oil and Gas
Kazakhstan's National Oil and Gas Company KazMunayGas (KMG) is ready to consider the possibility of the transit of Russian oil to Uzbekistan, the country’s Energy Minister Kanat Bozumabay
The Ministry of Energy of Kazakhstan has approved the tariff for Russian oil pumping to China at $11.36/ton (VAT excluded).
In 2016, Gazpromneft - Lubricants, Gazprommeft’s oil business operator, has increased the supply of lubricants in Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan by
In February 2017, the volume of the oil export through the Caspian Pipeline Consortium’s terminal increased by 2.5% compared with last February to 3.906 million tons, CPC reports materials.
Kazakhstan will fully provide itself with oil by 2019 and will not need to import it, the country's Energy Minister Kanat Bozumbayev informs.
Russia will pay for the additional issue of ordinary shares of "Transneft" by making its capital of 100% of the shares of two companies, one of which has a stake in the Caspian Pipeline C
In Astana, the company Global Gas Group has launched the first plant for regasification of liquefied natural gas.
The first 17-ton lot of Russian LNG has been shipped from Yekaterinburg to Kazakhstan.
The volume of supplies in 2017 will make up about 12.8 bln cubic m.
Kazakhstan as agreed with Russia on the supply of over 12 bln cubic m of gas in 2017, KazTransGas reports.
In 2017, the exports of Russian oil to China through Kazakhstan will grow 1.4 times to 10 million tons, the first vice-president of Transneft Maxim Grishanin reported.