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Production performance

Oil and gas condensate 11,08 million tons
Gas 2,49 billion cubic meters
January
  • 1923
  • 431
February
  • 3707
  • 830
March
  • 5674
  • 1267
April
  • 7554
  • 1663
May
  • 9320
  • 1939
June
  • 11080
  • 2490
Oil (million tons) Gas (million cubic meters)
Oil 31,05 million tons (land)
4,93 million tons (sea)
Gas 54,17 billion cubic meters
January
  • 5562
  • 562
  • 9847
February
  • 10435
  • 990
  • 17730
March
  • 16117
  • 1689
  • 26168
April
  • 21367
  • 2353
  • 33741
May
  • 25842
  • 4211
  • 45675
June
  • 31045
  • 4927
  • 54169
Oil transportation (thousand tons (land)) Oil transportation (thousand tons(sea)) Gas transportation (thousand tons)
Refining (consolidate) 6 722 thousand tons
AR 2 367 thousand tons
PKOP 1 205 thousand tons
KazMunayGas International N.V. 2 129 thousand tons
PPCP 2 426 thousand tons
January
  • 422
  • 176
  • 395
  • 422
February
  • 747
  • 327
  • 741
  • 759
March
  • 1107
  • 431
  • 1116
  • 1160
April
  • 1509
  • 468
  • 1519
  • 1610
May
  • 1941
  • 972
  • 1743
  • 2055
June
  • 2367
  • 1205
  • 2129
  • 2426
AR (thousand tons) PKOP (thousand tons) KazMunayGas International N.V. (thousand tons) PPCP (thousand tons)
ai80 89 tg.  
ai93 108 tg.  
ai95 119 tg.  
ai98 132 tg.  
dt 96 tg.  
dtz 132 tg.  
(Preliminary data for the I quarter of 2015)

Summary on the North Caspian Project

The North Caspian Sea Production Sharing Agreement (NCS PSA) was signed by the Republic of Kazakhstan and an international consortium in November, 1997. In 1998 exploration of hydrocarbons within the 5,600 square kilometers of the NCS PSA area was started.

Within the NCS PSA there were the following discoveries: the giant Kashagan field – discovered in 2000, Kalamkas offshore – in 2002, Aktoty – in 2003, Kairan – in 2003 and Kashagan South-West – in 2003.

North Caspian Operating Company (NCOC) acts as the Operator of the project on behalf of a Consortium of seven oil and gas companies with the following shares in the project:

  • JSC NC “KazMunayGas” (KMG Kashagan B.V.) -16.88%;
  • ENI S.p.A. (Agip Caspian Sea B.V.) – 16.81%;
  • Exxon Mobil Corporation (ExxonMobil Kazakhstan Inc.) - 16.81%;
  • Royal Dutch Shell plc.(Shell Kazakhstan Development B.V.) - 16.81%;
  • Total S.A. (Total E&P Kazakhstan) - 16.81%;
  • CNPC (CNPC Kazakhstan B.V.) - 8.33%;
  • INPEX Corporation (INPEX North Caspian Sea) - 7.56%.


Kashagan field

The Kashagan Field is located in the northern part of the Caspian Sea, in the territorial waters of the Republic of Kazakhstan, and extends over a surface area of approximately 75 km x 45 km. It is estimated that Kashagan contains approximately 4.5 billion tons of oil.

The development of the giant Kashagan field, in the harsh offshore environment of the northern part of the Caspian Sea, represents a unique combination of technical and supply chain complexity. The combined safety, engineering, logistical and environmental challenges make this Kazakhstan’s first large-scale offshore oil project one of the biggest and most complex industrial projects being currently developed anywhere in the world.

Given its size and technical complexity, the Kashagan field will be developed in phases. Currently, Kashagan is in Phase 1, known as the Experimental Programme (EP). Future Phases are currently at the concept review stage.

Functions of the Authority on behalf of the RoK’s Ministry of Energy are carried out by the PSA LLP (www.psa.kz).

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