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The commercial challenges of gas in Kazakhstan

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11 November 2013

The commercial challenges of gas in Kazakhstan

Report summary

The Kazakh gas sector finds itself at a critical point. Alongside recent legislative changes, a major investment programme is underway to link producing fields with domestic demand centres. Infrastructure development is crucial if commercial gas sales are to be achieved from the country’s smaller fields.

Table of contents

    • Gas utilisation is improving
      • Flaring regulations
      • Law on Gas and Gas Supply
      • Gasification of the regions – a pipe dream realised?
      • Access to infrastructure is vital
      • Appendix

Tables and charts

This report includes 6 images and tables including:

  • Kazakhstan gas production (2000-2012): wellhead versus sales gas
  • Implications of 2012 Law on Gas and Gas Supply
  • Kazakhstan: remaining commercial gas reserves (as at 01/01/2014)
  • Kazakhstan: regional gas supply and infrastructure
  • The commercial challenges of gas in Kazakhstan: Table 1
  • Gasification programme (infrastructure under construction and planned)

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