Turkmenistan, Metals and mining
The President of Uzbekistan, Sh. Mirziyoev, has got acquainted with the project of construction the Tashkent metallurgical plant.
TMK has shipped longitudinal large diameter pipes to Turkmenenergo for the construction of the gas pipeline to the gas turbine electric station Mary-3.
Kazakhstan has joined the international transit and transport corridor "Uzbekistan-Turkmenistan-Iran-Oman", press centre of Kazakhstan Temir Joly reports.
According to the press centre, on February 15, a meeting of the Coordination Council of the participating countries of the Ashgabat agreement took place in Tehran (Iran), members of which are Sultanate of Oman, the Islamic Republic of Iran, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
The Ministry of Energy of Turkmenistan offers Turks to invest into the construction of a plant for the production of natural gas from coal.Edited by Rhod Mackenzie / 2014-12-16 10:48:52
The Ministry of Energy and Industry of Turkmenistan and the Turkish company signed a memorandum of understanding to build a plant for the production of gas from coal in Kyrgyzstan. The name of the company is not disclosed.
According to the memorandum, within three months the Turkish company has to report on the assessment of the effects of the proposed activity on the environment (EIA) considering the methods and technologies of coal gasification, which will be used for the production of synthetic natural gas, and other technical documentation with respect to synthetic natural gas produced in accordance with the requirements of the legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic, Tazabek reports.
ChTPZ Group and Turkmenneft have closed the memorandum about commercial and scientific and technical cooperationEdited by Rhod Mackenzie / 2014-08-26 01:30:43
The working visit of the representatives of Turkmenneft concern to the enterprises of ChTPZ Group Alnas, Izhneftemash, Chelyabinsk Pipe Rolling Plant and Pervouralsk New Pipe Plant has resulted in the closure of the memorandum about commercial and scientific and technical cooperation. It binds the mutual interest of the sides in the complex cooperation, first of all, in connection with realization of the White Well project in Turkmenistan. The project of ChTPZ Group is unique for the domestic fuel and energy market because it presupposes the supplies of oil production equipment and further services. They provide for the simultaneous enlargement of nonfailure operating time at the whole underground part, with individual selection, production and service of the special complexes of electric submersible equipment and the pumping and compressor pipes for the abnormal well fund. It gives an opportunity to reduce the number of pulling and running operations, repairs and associated costs. Nonfailure operating time at a well of Tomskneft at the equipment made within the White Well project was over 365 days, thus, the average nonfailure operating time was exceeded at the well by 3 times. At twice of the well of Lukoil – Western Siberia, the period exceeds the standard result by over 30%. Under the memorandum, field testing will be held at 6 wells of Turkmenneft.
Under its results, the specialists of ChTPZ Group will define the most appropriate oil production equipment that will be supplied to Turkmenneft. First of all, it will be pumping and compressor, casing and oil pipeline pipes of different purposes with diameter from 57 to 426 mm.
The Russian pipe companies are interested in participation in Turkmenistan – Afghanistan – Pakistan – India (TAPI) pipeline project, the Deputy Chairman of the Russian Government A. Dvorkovich says at the gas congress in Turkmenistan. He emphasizes that Russia does not oppose the Asian and the European markets.
It’s important for Russia as one of the world largest hydrocarbon producers to see what plans and projects its colleagues have in oil and gas sphere and the future situation at the market. He claims that Russia will always be a reliable gas supplier for Asia and Europe. Acknowledging the shining prospects of cooperation with the APO states, Mr. Dvorkovich says that hydrocarbon demand grows there much faster than in Europe. By 2035, gas demand will increase by 2.5 times to 1 trillion cubic m a year.
Metinvest B.V., the parent company of the international vertical-integrated mining and metallurgical group of companies has announced today its preliminary financial results for the year finished on December 31 2013.
In May and July this year MSA, the Czech member of Rimera group, will supply pipe fittings to CNPC’s subsidiary CPECC (China Petroleum Engineering & Construction Corporation).
Under the contract MSA will deliver 64 ball valves in nominal sizes 2" – 8", class 150-900 in total value of over 630 thousand EUR to CPECC. Valves will be equipped with pneumatic actuators, manufactured by MSA’s partner companies. Valves are designed for compressor stations construction CCS2, CCS4, CCS6 and CCS8 of the natural gas pipeline, connecting Turkmenistan and China, of 1900 km length (exclusive of the length of the Chinese sector of the gas transport system).
“MSA has cooperated with Chinese CPECC for 10 years. The construction of a major gas pipeline, connecting Asia and East gave us a fresh impetus. The total value of contracts of MSA for this project is approaching 3.8 million EUR,” the chairman of the Board of Management of MSA, V.Kononov comments.
In accordance with the contract, TMK Pipes, one of the largest world producers of pipes for the oil and gas industry, has completed the supply of large diameter pipes for the international gas transportation project Central Asia-China in full measure.
Within the contract, in January-September of 2013, TMK dispatched over 100 thousand tons of longitudinal welded pipes with diameter of 1219 mm, wall thickness of 17.5 mm, external three-layer polyethylene and internal surface coatings. The production was manufactured by the Volga pipe plant in accordance with the API Spec 5L standard of the American Oil Institute. Pipes were supplied to Kazakhstan and will be used for the construction of the third string of the main gas pipeline.
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