Oil and Gas projects in Kazakhstan
Kashagan Field Development - Offshore
Kashagan oilfield lies in the Kazakh sector of the Caspian Sea. It was discovered in May 2000 and subsequently developed by a consortium between state-run KazMunaiGaz, Royal Dutch Shell ExxonMobil, Total, Inpex, CNPC, and Eni. First oil began in September 2013, but operations were halted weeks later because of a gas leak in the onshore pipeline section. Following three years of rehabilitation works, Kashagan finally resumed output in October 2016.
- 12 October 2018 - Kashagan could meet and surpass its output target of 370,000 bpd, only after an equipment upgrade is...
- 11 October 2018 - Kashagan project is expected to flow an average of 340,000-350,000 bpd of oil in 2018, and 370,000 b...
- 18 September 2018 - NCOC has said that output at Kashagan can be raised to 470,000 bpd without the project having to ent...
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