THE GIANT KASHAGAN FIELD IS THE LARGEST OIL DISCOVERY IN THE LAST FOUR DECADES. THE ESTIMATED 2P OIL AND CONDENSATE RESERVES LIFE IS OVER 120 YEARS AT THE 2019 PRODUCTION LEVEL.
The development of the Kashagan field in the harsh marine conditions of the North Caspian represents a unique combination of technical and logistical challenges.
COMMERCIAL GAS SALES VOLUMES IN 2019 WERE 22.8 BCM, WITH 8.8 BCM OF GAS EXPORTED, OF WHICH 81% WERE SENT TO CHINA
KazTransGas operates the largest trunk gas pipeline network in Kazakhstan with a total length of 19,146 km and an annual capacity of 230 bcm, as well as gas distribution networks with a length of over 49 thousand km.
KAZAKHSTAN’S DOMESTIC CONSUMERS WERE FULLY SELFSUFFICIENT IN FUELS AND LUBRICANTS (K4, K5). 37 THOUSAND TONNES OF PETROL WERE EXPORTED
Following the completion of the extensive upgrade of Kazakhstan’s leading refineries – Atyrau, Pavlodar, and Shymkent refineries – the throughputcapacity and refining depths were increased, il product quality was elevated to meet the K-4 and K-5 (equivalent to Euro-4 and Euro-5) standards
To deliver their optimisation programmes, KMG’s oil service companies consider their leading role in maintaining social stability in operating regions. This inevitably leads to extra costs, resulting from the need to retain employees regardless of current operational needs and meet all obligations under the collective bargaining agreement: benefits, medical insurance premiums, and upskilling costs. The number of employees decreases through natural turnover.
- Drilling and developing oil and gas wells. Providing out well services and workovers;
- Transporting freight and passengers, providing field transportation and maintenance;
- Providing maintenance, repair, set-up and testing services for electrical installations and cathode protection; commissioning and routine servicing of electrical equipment;
- Operating offshore and onshore drilling rigs, oil and gas production engineering, drilling services;
- Natural gas processing;