KMG CEO visits national company’s plants in Mangistau Region
On 28-29 May KazMunayGas CEO Alik Aidarbayev visited several production plants owned by KMG in Mangistau Region. On the first day of his business trip he visited the construction site of a new administrative building for Ozenmunaygas Well Servicing Office No.1. The previous building constructed in 1972 has fallen into decay and went out of the date. This construction is part of OMG labor environment improvement plan.
The next destination was the construction site of 20,000 m3 PBC-7 wastewater treatment tank scheduled for commissioning at the end of July 2019. The tank will enable the operational performance enhancement, including higher wastewater treatment quality, which means that mechanical impurities will be reduced because of longer retention period.
The visit also covered social amenities at the Asar field, where construction of a modern residential complex for rotation camp staff started. The project will be finished in December 2019.
To finish the first day, Alik Aidarbayev visited Kazakh Gas Processing Plant and Mangistaumunaygas and met with managers of all subsidiaries and oil service companies of KMG Group in the region. KMG CEO focused specifically on social stability and compliance with occupational industrial safety. The Management was instructed to focus more of their efforts on these issues and ensure explanatory and awareness-building activities on an ongoing basis.
KMG has developed and implemented a number of safety rules, procedures and standards. Much has been done, but still there is so much to do. We will continue to build the safety culture that pursue safety values at all levels of our staff and is behavior model of all those who work at KMG projects, he said.
The next day, on 29 May, the top management team visited production and social facilities of two companies: Karazhanbasmunay and Mangistaumunaygas.
KMG CEO visited 21 billion tenge worth Desalination Plant Construction Project at Karazhanbas field. This plant is scheduled for startup in December 2020 and will enable to demineralize the water for internal needs and re-distribute the currently used Volga water for the regional development.
Further, Alik Aidarbayev visited the Kalamkas to control emergency response operations at the emergency 8237 Well, and the oil treatment plant construction project as well as the canteens that are now under repair and complete reconstruction.
Alik Aidarbayev met with the employers of all visited plants, listened carefully their wishes and answered their questions.