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Russia's Rosatom will jointly work with Kazakhstan's Kazatomprom to build Kazakhstan's first Nuclear Power Plant. it will have the capacity of 300-1,200 megawatts based on water moderated reactors designed by Russia. The agreement also provides for nuclear fuel supplies, including production of fuel or its parts in Kazakhstan, maintenance of the facility and the training of personnel
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so there is only going to be one nuclear power plant, I heard there is suppose to be something like 2.
 

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so there is only going to be one nuclear power plant, I heard there is suppose to be something like 2.
the second one is under potential currently, but it is a strong possibility will be built jointly again, but this time Belarus may come and help considering just about 2 months ago, they signed a major Nuclear power agreement, and Kazakh officials visited Belarus's NPP.
 

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the German based Eurabus will sell electric buses to Kazakhstan. the first 100 will be assembled in Germany and 500 will be assembled in Kazakhstan.
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Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan are discussing the possibility of building a plant for the production of liquefied natural gas in western Kazakhstan, Kazakh Energy Minister Kanat Bozumbayev told reporters, Interfax-Kazakhstan reported.

“We are considering the issue of construction of a liquefied gas production plant in Aktau for its further export to and transit through Azerbaijan. These issues are on the agenda,” Bozumbayev said.

In addition, he said, the possibility of creating a joint venture in Kazakhstan in the field of petroleum engineering is being discussed with Azerbaijan.

"Azerbaijan has a developed petroleum engineering industry. We are now discussing the creation of such plants in Kazakhstan with the participation of Azerbaijani capital, and using their experience, skills, and technologies, in order to sell the products to oil companies in the future," the minister said.

He stressed that since petroleum engineering products are imported by foreign companies in large quantities for the development of fields, the joint venture may start its activities with the assembly of oil and gas engineering equipment.

Bozumbayev also said the railway administrations of the two countries are discussing the possibility of supplying railcars and locomotives to Azerbaijan on pre-export financing terms.
 

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Russia's Lada company granted production of the Lada Xray and Granta vehicles in Ust-Kamenogorsk City
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Kazakhstan is working on opening direct regular flight to Japan in 2019, according to the Civil Aviation Committee of Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development.

The legal framework for operating regular flights between Kazakhstan and Japan has been created by the ministry in 2016, Trend reports via Kazinform.

"Airlines of Kazakhstan and Japan have the right to operate 14 regular flights per week from each side with no limits. The destinations of Kazakh air carriers are Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya and for Japanese airlines are Astana, Almaty and Karaganda," reads a message from the Committee.

The Committee said that earlier the two countries didn’t have a legal framework for operating flights from Kazakhstan to Tokyo.

"Currently, work is underway with the relevant airlines for opening direct regular flights to Japan this year," said the message.

Twenty-one airlines operate in Kazakhstan, only four of which are really big enough to be called national carriers and compete in the Kazakh market of passenger air travel services.

Air Astana, SCAT, Bek Air and Qazaq Air are the leaders in the Kazakh skies, annually transporting thousands of people and thousands of tons of goods.
 

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Italian oil and gas company Eni increased its oil and natural gas production in Kazakhstan by 8.3 percent in 2018 compared to 2017, Trend reports with reference to the company’s data.

Eni’s oil and natural gas production in Kazakhstan in the 4th quarter of 2018 amounted to 162 kilobarrels of oil equivalent per day (kboe/d) compared to 130 kboe/d in the same period of 2017.

The company’s liquids production in the country totaled 110 kilobarrels per day (kbbl/d) in the period compared to 83 kbbl/d in the 4th quarter of the previous year.

As for the natural gas production, in the 4th quarter of 2018 it made up 287 million cubic feet per day (mmcf/d) compared to 256 mmcf/d in the same period of 2017.

In 2018, in general, Eni was producing an average of 143 kboe/d of oil and natural gas compared to 132 kboe/d a year earlier.

Liquids production in 2018 amounted to 94 kbbl/d compared to 83 kbbl/d in 2017.
Eni’s natural gas production last year made up 265 mmcf/d compared to 264 mmcf/d in the previous year.
The Italian company operates two oil and gas fields in Kazakhstan – Kashagan and Karachaganak. The company holds a 16.81 percent share in the North Caspian Sea Production Sharing Agreement, which sets terms and conditions for the exploration and development of the giant Kashagan field.
Eni’s interest in Karachaganak is 29.25 percent. Operations are conducted by the Karachaganak Petroleum Operating Consortium.
 

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SCAT airlines are to receive 2 Boeing 737 Max 9 in May
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nother AZ8A electric locomotive of Kazakh production was sent from the Sorokovaya station for Azerbaijan Railways CJSC, Trend reports with reference to the press service of Kazakhstan Railways.

The electric locomotive traveled 2,500 kilometers by rail to the Kuryk Port station, and then was sent by the Mercury ferry to the Baku International Sea Trade Port in the Azerbaijani settlement of Alat.

It should be noted that AZ8A is a heavy freight locomotive of the Prima T8 series, which is based on the KZ8A locomotive currently operating in Kazakhstan. AZ8A is designed to operate at temperatures from -25 to 50 degrees Celsius.



The locomotive is assembled at the Elektrovoz Kurastyru Zauyty electric locomotive assembly plant in Astana.

The first electric locomotive of this model was delivered to Azerbaijan in December 2018. In total, it is planned to deliver 40 such locomotives for Azerbaijan Railways CJSC.
 

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Russia's UAZ will launch production of vehicles in Kazakhstan's Ust-Kamenogorsk
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President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev discussed with Vagit Alekperov, President of the Russian Lukoil oil company, further development of investment cooperation in the oil and gas industry, Trend reports citing the official website of the President of Kazakhstan.


Nazarbayev noted the positive dynamics and effectiveness of partnership between the Kazakh national oil company KazMunayGas and Lukoil.


"We have been working with Lukoil for a long time. Your company is one of the largest in Russia. You are also one of the significant Russian investors in Kazakhstan," said the head of state.


Noting that Lukoil has invested about $9 billion in the economy of Kazakhstan, Nazarbayev expressed interest in further strengthening of investment cooperation with Lukoil.


During the meeting, the Kazakh president was presented with detailed information about the plans for joint implementation of the Zhenis project for exploration and production of hydrocarbons in Kazakhstan’s sector of the Caspian Sea.




In addition, Vagit Alekperov informed the head of state about the construction of a plant for the production of lubricants in Kazakhstan.


"The planned capacity of the enterprise is 100,000 tons per year. The modern plant will produce almost the entire range of lubricants. This includes 700 different types of products," said the president of Lukoil.


The meeting also discussed joint work to find new hydrocarbon fields using advanced technologies, as well as the participation of Lukoil in the geological exploration program for 2021-2025 developed by the Energy Ministry of Kazakhstan.
 

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The national government plans to build gas infrastructure around the outskirts of the capital to provide blue fuel for urban heat and power plants, Koktal-1 and Koktal-2 residential areas, Zheleznodorozhny and Southeast districts
The infrastructure will be paid for with local, national and private funds. It will be built in three phases. The first phase will provide gas to water-heating boilers and fuel-oil boilers, gas distribution networks of Koktal-1, Koktal-2 residential areas, Zheleznodorozhny and Southeast districts.


The second phase will build the infrastructure to supply fuel to the gas distribution networks of Michurino, International, Kuygenzhar, Telman, Prigorodny, Garden Village and Family Village residential areas.


The Ilyinka, Shubary and Ondiris districts will be supplied with gas following the third phase.


In the second quarter of this year, it is planned to begin construction of the first phase of the city’s gas distribution networks. Gas infrastructure development of the Koktal-1 and Koktal-2 residential areas, Zheleznodorozhny and Southeast districts is planned from 2019 to 2023 as funding becomes available.


Gas supply to the capital will be through the new Saryarka gas pipeline, which is planned to be built in four stages. At the first stage, the pipeline will be constructed along the Kyzylorda-Zhezkazgan-Karaganda-Astana route with a length of 1,081 kilometres.


At the second stage, it is planned to build the gas pipeline from Astana to Kokshetau. The third phase includes construction of the pipeline to Petropavlovsk. In the fourth stage, the Zhezkazgan and Temirtau compressor stations will be built.


It is expected that about 800 jobs will be created during the construction of the Saryarka gas pipeline, and more than 200 jobs will be created during its operation.
 
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