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Great expectations for the Caspian region in 2013


Great expectations for the Caspian region in 2013

Report summary

Wood Mackenzie makes some predictions about the main events of 2013 in the Caspian region. This year will see first production from two of the world's largest fields and investment start on an important new source of gas for Europe. It is also a make-or-break year for many smaller players.

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  • Kashagan will start up!
  • Uncertainty still hangs over Tengiz and Karachaganak
  • A pivotal year for Azerbaijan’s gas export ambitions
  • Mixed fortunes at ACG
  • South Iolotan start-up will propel Turkmenistan onto the world stage
  • Smaller players still looking for commercial success
  • Offshore exploration to increase
  • A big year for exploration in Tajikistan
  • Uzbekistan looking to halt the slide
  • Unconventionals moving forward
  • Afghanistan aiming for exploration success

In this report there is 1 table or chart, including:

  • Kashagan will start up!
  • Uncertainty still hangs over Tengiz and Karachaganak
    • Caspian region - key events to watch in 2013
  • A pivotal year for Azerbaijan’s gas export ambitions
  • Mixed fortunes at ACG
  • South Iolotan start-up will propel Turkmenistan onto the world stage
  • Smaller players still looking for commercial success
  • Offshore exploration to increase
  • A big year for exploration in Tajikistan
  • Uzbekistan looking to halt the slide
  • Unconventionals moving forward
  • Afghanistan aiming for exploration success
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