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Meeting China's thirst for Kazakh oil

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Kazakhstan and China are set to expand the export capacity of the Kazakhstan-China oil pipeline from 250,000 b/d to over 400,000 b/d by 2015. However, China's NOCs' liquids output in Kazakhstan will start to decline from 2013. Working interest production will plateau around 290,000 b/d this year (16% of the national total) and then fall. Action is needed soon if Chinese NOCs want to maintain their level of equity exports and fill the pipeline.

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This report includes 7 images and tables including:

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  • Chinese NOC Kazakhstan asset overview
  • Key licence expiries and remaining reserves, post-contract

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  • Kazakhstan liquids production growth 2012-2025
  • Kazakhstan-China oil pipeline throughput profile
  • Chinese NOCs Kazakhstan upstream assets
  • Chinese NOC Kazakhstan working interest liquids production (2005-2020)
  • Chinese NOC Kazakhstan working interest liquids production by field (2005-2020)

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