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http://www.turkmenistan.ru/?page_id=3&lang_id=en&elem_id=18078&type=event&sort=date_descTurkmenistan and Qatar will establish a joint working group on energy, which is designed to help build bilateral cooperation in the oil and gas industry. The agreement to this effect was reached yesterday at the talks in Doha between Emir of Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani and Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, who arrived in Qatar on his first official visit.
The priority areas of cooperation in the field of energy will be a mutual exchange of ideas and technologies in the gas industry, training of professionals for the industry, implementation of joint investment projects, development and equipping gas fields, transportation of natural gas to consumers, including the development of maritime shipments, as well as construction of gas processing plants and terminals.
According to a press release issued following the talks, cooperation will be also established in petrochemical industry and in mutual exchange of experiences in construction of oil refineries.
http://www.turkmenistan.ru/?page_id=3&lang_id=en&elem_id=18068&type=event&sort=date_descThe increased development of mineral resources at Bagadzha gas condensate field is currently under in Lebap province, in the east of Turkmenistan. With the discovery of new reserves at the field the volume of proven gas reserves increased significantly, which according to experts now exceeds 70 billion cubic meters.
As the Turkmenistan.ru correspondent reports, four new production wells are currently being developed at the field.
http://centralasiaonline.com/cocoon...riefs/caii/newsbriefs/2010/10/12/newsbrief-04DOHA, Qatar – Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov began a two-day official visit to Qatar October 11 to discuss trade, Ferghana.ru reported October 12. Berdymukhamedov and Emir of Qatar Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani are devoting special attention to co-operation in oil and gas, construction, textiles and other industries.
http://www.turkmenistan.ru/?page_id=3&lang_id=en&elem_id=18110&type=event&sort=date_descTurkmenistan has completed laying a new pipeline stretching for about two hundred kilometers. The construction was done under the contract of the state concern "Turkmengaz" with Russian company "MRK Engineering" for the total amount of US $ 176.6 million. The capacity of the pipeline at the first stage will reach 3 billion cubic meters gas per year, and in future it will be brought up to 5 billion cubic meters of natural gas.
This was reported by Vice Premier Baymurad Hojamuhammedov at a cabinet meeting on October 14, the Turkmenistan.ru correspondent said. According to Baymurad Hojamuhammedov, the new pipeline will connect ready for commercial development deposits in the Karakum Desert with the existing pipeline system SAC-2 and Chiva-Beineu near compressor station "Yylanly". The pipeline will increase the supply of Turkmen gas to Russia.
http://www.turkmenistan.ru/?page_id=3&lang_id=en&elem_id=18108&type=event&sort=date_descPresident of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov and the Minister of Economic Studies of the Republic of Korea, Choi Kyung-hwan discussed issues relating to introducing latest technologies in the energy sector of Turkmenistan and further development of trade and economic relations between the two countries.
As the Turkmenistan.ru correspondent reports from Ashgabat quoting the press service of the head of state, Choi Kyung-hwan arrived in the Turkmen capital at the head of his country's delegation to participate in the Turkmen-Korean business forum and the second meeting of the joint intergovernmental commission on trade-economic and scientific and technological cooperation.
The issues of Turkmen-Korean cooperation were discussed in more detail at a meeting of the intergovernmental commission, which was attended by leaders and representatives of several government agencies, key ministries and departments of Turkmenistan and the Republic of Korea.
http://www.turkmenistan.ru/?page_id=3&lang_id=en&elem_id=18174&type=event&sort=date_descOn the completion of the regular phase of exploration work by specialists of the State Concern "Turkmengeologiya" at Southern Yoloten - Osman fields, there was obtained new geological and geophysical data, in accordance with which the estimate of reserves of these deposits has been upgraded to more than 21 trillion cu. m. of gas.
As the Turkmenistan.ru correspondent reports quoting the State Concern "Turkmengeologiya", new studies have allowed geologists to make a more accurate estimate of the resource potential of the field, which in 2008 was estimated at 14 trillion. cu. m. of gas by independent experts of British company "Gaffney, Cline & Associates."
To fully clarify estimates of the geological structure of Yoloten, Minar, the south-western and north-western part of this group of fields, to finalize estimates of its oil and gas resource potential, as well as to prepare the optimal solutions for their development extra seismic and geological exploration drilling will be needed, the State Concern said.
The State Concern "Turkmengaz" together with foreign companies from China, Korea and the UAE, who are under the service contracts, is currently implementing the project for development of South Yoloten field totaling nearly US $ 10 billion.
http://www.turkmenistan.ru/?page_id=3&lang_id=en&elem_id=18162&type=event&sort=date_descSpecialists of the State Concern "Turkmennebit" (Turkmenneft) discovered promising oil pools during the exploration activities at Barsagelmes field in Balkan province. An oil gusher was obtained during the development of exploratory well N 435. According to preliminary data, the daily flow rate of the well amounts to 129 tons per day.
As the Turkmenistan.ru correspondent reports quoting the State Concern "Turkmennebit", the oil density of the lower layer would provide an opportunity for further growth in production of liquid hydrocarbons.
The field research works are currently being conducted by the Institute "Nebitgazylmytaslama" with the view to examining the parameters of the layer and identifying the opportunities for mining, the State Concern said.
http://www.itar-tass.com/eng/level2.html?NewsID=15681010&PageNum=0ASHGABAT, November 14 (Itar-Tass) -- Turkmenistan guarantees gas and Pakistan pledges security of the prospective trans-Afghan pipeline TAPI (Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India).
The promises were made at the eighth meeting of the TAPI working group, which ended in Ashgabat on Friday. The Pakistani delegation presented an action plan, which would keep safe the future gas pipeline. All the four partner states attended the meeting together with a delegation of the Asian Development Bank that sponsors the project, the Turkmen government press office said.
The largest gas deposit in Turkmenistan, South Yolotan, will be the source of raw materials for the prospected facility. Deposit reserves were certified in 2008 by a British company and presented by Turkmenistan at the eleventh meeting of the pipeline managing committee in September 2010.
Ashgabat said in October that the appraised reserves grew from 14 to 21 trillion cubic meters in a survey done by Turkmen geologists.
The working group coordinated drafts of an intergovernmental agreement on TAPI project, a framework agreement on the gas pipeline and gas contracts with Turkmenistan. The documents will be presented for signing at the summit of Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India due in Ashgabat in December 2010.
There will be one more meeting of the working group and the 12th meeting of the TAPI managing committee before the summit.
The negotiations have been on for over 15 years. The pipeline cost is estimated at up to $7.6 billion. The pipeline will have the annual capacity of 33 billion cubic meters.
http://www.google.com/hostednews/af...docId=CNG.caa947eb1ef1c68668f8ac4bd71f5355.81TEHRAN — Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his Turkmen counterpart Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov inaugurated on Sunday the last section of a pipeline to export Turkmen gas to northeast Iran, media reported.
The leaders inaugurated the final half of the 1,000-kilometre (620 miles) pipeline which links Tehran to Khangiran refinery near the northeastern Iranian town of Sarakhs, said the official IRNA news agency and state television.
The pipeline has a daily capacity of 58 million cubic metres or more than 20 billion cubic metres per year, Iran's deputy oil minister, Javad Owji, said ahead of the ceremony.
Despite having the second largest gas reserves in the world, Iran's own production of 600 million cubic metres per day barely meets domestic consumption.
Iran, which injects gas into oil wells to better exploit its oil reserves, also imports about 20 million cubic metres of Turkmen gas per day and exports about the same to neighbouring Turkey.
With an overall cost of 1.2 billion dollars, the Sarakhs-Tehran pipeline extends a cross-border pipeline launched in January between Turkmenistan's Dovletabad gas field and Iran's Khangiran refinery.
The cross-border pipeline between Iran and Turkmenistan has an annual capacity of six billion cubic metres or 16 million cubic metres per day which is expected to eventually double to an annual 12 billion.
Since 1997 Iran has also imported Turkmen gas via another pipeline with the capacity of eight billion cubic metres per year linking the Turkmen field of Korpedje on the Caspian sea to the northern Iranian town of Kord-Kuy.
Iran's gas imports from Turkmenistan are expected to reach 40 million cubic metres a day (about 14 billion cubic metres per year) this winter, Owji said in June.
The Sarakhs-Tehran pipeline would also allow Iran to become a regional "gas hub," by increasing its gas swap capacity with neighbours and having Central Asian gas transit through its territory to Europe, Owji was quoted as saying Sunday by Iran's English-language Press TV.
http://www.pennenergy.com/index/pet...spian-sea/2011/January/platforms-to_lift.htmlASHKABAT, Turkmenistan -- The first of two new wellhead/production platforms under construction for the Cheleken Contract Area fields in the Caspian Sea should be completed late this year, according to operator Dragon Oil.
The Dzheitune (Lam) C platform will support a jackup rig and will have up to eight slots for drilling. It will be installed in the western part of the Dzheitune (Lam) field between the Dzheitune (Lam) B and 29 platforms. Drilling will target reserves beyond the reach of the existing platforms.
Early in 2012, the Dzhygalybeg (Zhdanov) A platform should be completed, and this will be placed in the eastern part of the Dzhygalybeg (Zhdanov) field, with a bridge link to an accommodation platform. At least eight wells will be drilled from this facility, which will be able to support both a land rig and a jackup.
Dragon has also commissioned a new 100-metric ton (110-ton) floating crane vessel, scheduled for delivery in 4Q 2011. It will support the company’s ongoing drilling and infrastructure projects.
And the company has initiated a front-end engineering and design study to provide a template for further construction of platforms in the Cheleken Contract Area. This will serve to improve and standardize Dragon’s platform design, to optimize drilling, and to reduce platform construction costs.
Dragon has further plans to perform dredging in the area of the Aladja jetty onshore Turkmenistan, the aim being to enhance the operational and crude loading capacity.
http://www.messenger.com.ge/issues/2370_june_6_2011/2370_econ_three.htmlTurkmenistan is ready to increase its level of gas being exported to Russia, stated the Turkmen Minister of Oil and Gas Industry. Until 2009, when Turkmenistan started supplying China with natural gas, it exported this product primarily to Russia who would then sell it on to Ukraine and other European markets. This year it is planned for Turkmenistan to export to Russia no less than 10 bln cubic meters of natural gas. The analysts paid attention to the fact that this announcement was made after decision of NABUCCO shareholders to delay the implementation of this project. It is significant that the European Parliament has also recently refused to sign the document on cooperating with Turkmenistan because of human rights violations within the country. This is probably why the Turkmen arrived at the decision to increase the volume of cooperation with Russia.
http://centralasiaonline.com/cocoon...tures/caii/newsbriefs/2011/06/02/newsbrief-07ASHGABAT – Turkmenistan might supply more oil products to Tajikistan as Russia curtails gasoline exports and raises export duties that Tajikistan pays, AsiaPlus.tj reported June 2.
Attendees at the third session of the Tajik-Turkmen inter-governmental commission on economic and scientific co-operation, scheduled for June 7-8 in Ashgabat, will reportedly discuss the possibility of increasing Turkmen oil exports to Tajikistan.
Russia has reduced gasoline exports in order to address shortages on its own market, AsiaPlus.tj reported. Russia also increased the export duty on gasoline bought by Tajikistan June 1.
More: http://www.worldbulletin.net/?aType=haber&ArticleID=74472Turkey's president said on Monday that he was attaching great importance to Turkish-Turkmen cooperation in transfer of Turkmen natural gas resources to international markets.
President Abdullah Gul said Turkish-Turkmen relations would continue to develop on the basis of mutual respect and brotherhood.
"Turkmenistan has started to assume an important role in boosting global energy security, regional welfare and stability thanks to its geostrategic location and rich energy resources," Gul told a joint press conference with Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow.
More: http://en.trend.az/capital/energy/1914906.htmlTurkmenistan, Ashgabat, Aug. 6 / Trend, H. Hasanov/
The first cubic meters of natural gas produced from the Turkmen shelf of the Caspian Sea entered the gas transportation system, which allows carry out exports, the national television station of "Altyn Asyr" said Saturday.
This is stated in the report of the State Agency for Management and Use of Hydrocarbon Resources under the President of Turkmenistan, presented at the government meeting.
It is reported that President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov said after presenting the report that "the beginning of commercial production of natural gas on the Turkmen shelf of the Caspian Sea is of great importance not only for the national economy, but also for Turkmenistan's policy of ensuring global energy security and the success of international cooperation".
Read moreTurkmenistan's president has dismissed the head of the state gas company Turkmengaz in the third such sacking since he took power, state television reports.
President Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov sacked the gas firm chief at a cabinet meeting, saying that "we need to raise the effectiveness of our work in the most important branch of the Turkmen economy, the oil and gas industry".
The Red Sormovo plant (Russian) and Turkmen State service of Marine and River Transport signed a new contract to build tanker of 19900 project of mixed "river-sea" type, Russian mass media outlets said on Saturday, citing the press service of the shipyard.
Read moreThe production, transportation and transit of electric power, oil products, nonferrous metallurgy, transport telecommunications and textiles were referred to as the most important priorities of Turkmen-Tajik cooperation after the summit talks in Ashgabat. This was stated in a joint statement signed within Tajik President Emomali Rahmon's official visit on August 22-24 at the invitation of his Turkmen counterpart Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov.
Read moreTurkmenistan, Ashgabat, Jan.4 / Trend H. Hasanov /
Ovezdurdy Chashayev has been appointed as the new director of Mary State Power Plant in Turkmenistan, an official Turkmen source said.
The enterprise is working under the Turkmenenergo State Electric Energy Corporation. The corresponding decree was signed by President Gurbanguly Berdimuhammadov.
Former director Altymyrat Gurbangeldiev was released from this post 'for shortcomings in his work'.
Read moreTurkmenistan has released free fuel coupons for the first half of 2013. The program of President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov has been granting free gasoline limit for five years.
Owners of vehicles weighing less than 3.5 tons with a maximum of 8 passenger seats get 120 liters of gasoline a month or 2400 liters a year. Motorbike owners get 40 liters a month.
Read moreExport of Turkmen electricity to Afghanistan and Iran based on the results of 2012 is estimated at 2713.3 million kW/h, exceeding last year's figure by 7.5 per cent, Neutral Turkmenistan newspaper reports on Wednesday.
'It is expected that production of electricity will reach 19,189 kW/h and compared to 2011, the growth rate is 105 per cent', the article says.
Currently, the installed capacity of all power plants within the Turkmen energy system is 4104 MW, including 1643 MW, or 40 per cent, produced by modern gas turbine generators.
Read moreThe Turkmen law on 'Hydrocarbon Resources' has been amended. According to them, permission from the appropriate authorised state bodies is required to conduct blast operations onshore, offshore, as well as on the seabed, an official Turkmen source said today.
An item in the fourth paragraph of first article 44 of Turkmen law on 'Hydrocarbon Resources', adopted by the Majlis (Parliament) of the country in 2008, is as follows: 'It is forbidden to conduct blasting operations onshore, offshore, as well as on the seabed without the permission of the authorised state bodies'.
Read moreAbdul Hamid Asadian, commercial director of the Iranian Development Organization Europe and America's department recently stated that Iran and Turkmenistan agreed on the conditions of gas imports, Turkmenistan.ru learnt from the Iranian Students' News Agency (ISNA). Asadian said that his country will pay partially with money for gas imports from Turkmenistan, a sign of Iran's difficulties in paying for basic supplies due to sanctions on the Islamic Republic.
Read moreThe Government of the Central Asian country of Turkmenistan is working towards building a new gas-chemical complex for the production of polypropylene and polyethylene, in the Turkmen province of Balkan, announced President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, during his visit to the province, as per Fibre2fashion News Desk. The complex would be built in Kyyanli village in the Balkan province and would be constructed with the help of the Turkmen State Concern for Oil and Gas ‘Turkmengaz’, and a consortium of Japanese and South Korean firms, including Toyo Engineering, LG Engineering and Hyundai Engineering, reports State News Agency of Turkmenistan (TDH). According to Mr. Berdimuhamedov, the contract for the construction of the complex was signed between the state concern and the Japanese-South Korean consortium during the President’s visit to Japan in September 2013. The preparations are underway for laying the foundation stone of the complex in Kyyanli village near the oil and gas field of ‘Mahtumkuli’, located in the Turkmen sector of the Caspian Sea, he added.