We hope the production will be resumed in the second half of the year, with the production output reaching 2.5-3 million tons of oil: Yerbolat Dossayev.
British national Peter Baruch arrested in Uralsk for corruption of minors worked as a top-manager at the Kashagan oilfield.
For Kazakhstan the situation might be not so bad; however, it has consequences for the Company: Sauat Mynbayev.
Kashagan couldn’t have any influence on revenues that the Government had been planning to gain from crude sales in 2014: Uzakbai Karabalin.
The major problematic zones are zones adjacent to welded joints: Uzakbai Karabalin.
The start showed that the well works all right and the entire drilling complex is properly functioning: Oil and Gas Minister.
According to Kazakhstan geologists, geological reserves of Kashagan are estimated at 4.8 billion tons of oil. promises
The international consortium developing in the giant Kashagan oil field in Kazakhstan will be subject to emissions penalties.
The volume of crude to be produced hinges on the period of repairs currently under way: Oil and Gas Minister.
NCOC, the Kashagan field operator, has started discussing possible technological scenarios of safe oil production restart.
In its Development Strategy, KazMunaiGas has set an optimistic target to produce 15 million tons of oil from the Kashagan field in 2022.
Experts are expected to release their statements on the condition of malfunctioning pipelines at the Kashagan field in mid-January 2014.
Sulphide stress corrosion is the direct cause of the gas leak at the Kashagan field in Kazakhstan.
Oil production at the Kashagan field in Kazakhstan is going to be restarted only in 2014, after full inspection of all the pipelines.
No pollution has been found around the Kashagan oil field in Kazakhstan.
Oil production from the Kashagan field at Kazakhstan's Caspian shelf may be resumed in December.
The Kazakhstan Ministry of Oil and Gas declined to make any statement until causes of accident and those responsible for it are identified.
Production from the Kashagan oilfield was not taken into consideration when the 2013 Kazakhstan state budget was made, so it will not affect the planned budget revenues.
The main reason why ConocoPhillips sold its share in the gigantic pie that everyone wants a bite from has nothing to do with the complexity of the field or the bulging expenses of the consortium to develop it.
According to Kazakhstan geologists, geological reserves of Kashagan are estimated at 4.8 billion tons of oil.
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