Kazakhstan draws plans for associated gas management

Nov 16, 2001 01:00 AM

Kazakhstan's Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources is considering utilizing associated gas at deposits with low and medium reserves. In particular, a gas treatment plant will be built at deposits of the Southern Turgai Depression. The project costs $ 43 mm.

Plans also call for building a gas pipeline from the deposits to Kyzylorda ($ 24 mm), converting residential houses in Kyzylorda to natural gas ($ 11.6 mm). In addition, it is planned to build a 40-MW gas turbine plant with an annual consumption of natural gas equalling 82 mm roubles. The project costs $ 30 mm.

Source: Kazakhstanskiye Novosti via NewsBase
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