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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

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CASPIAN & IRAN OVERVIEW: IRAN SETS OUT INVESTMENT GOALS, COSTS

Iran's gas projects need $289bn investment by 2025, of which $137bn are to go on upstream projects. According to the official documents seen by NGE, about $27bn are earmarked for distributing gas across the country, while $55.8bn are expected to go on expanding the national grid. Among the gas...

CASPIAN OVERVIEW: ASHGABAD OUTLINES TAPI PLANS

A day after signing a $200mn-investment agreement on the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India pipeline (Tapi), Ashgabad announced on April 9 that the welding work on the first kilometre of the 214-km length of the Turkmen section of this pipeline was completed. The giant Galkynysh gas field...

Line C of Kazakhstan-China Gas Pipeline Inaugurated

Third line or Line C of the Kazakhstan-China main gas pipeline was officially inaugurated on Monday in Almaty. Governor of Almaty region Amandyk Batalov, CEO of KazTransGas Kairat Sharipbayev, Vice President of PetroChina Lv Gongxun, Vice Minister of Energy Magzum Mirzagaliyev and other officials...

Kazakhstan Ready to Export Gas to India Using TAPI Pipeline

Kazakhstan is willing to supply gas to India using the proposed TAPI gas pipeline, country’s foreign minister Erlan Idrissov said during 3rd summit of Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF). Idrissov said his country could supply as much as 3 billion cubic metres of natural gas annually through...

Greater Caspian Weekly Overview (on NGE)