Energy in Kazakhstan
Energy in Kazakhstan describes energy and electricity production, consumption and import in Kazakhstan. Energy policy of Kazakhstan describes the politics of Kazakhstan related to energy.
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2011 Kazakhstan clashes
The Zhanaozen massacre took place in Kazakhstan's western Mangystau Province over the weekend of 16–17 December 2011. At least 14 protestors were killed by police in the oil town of Zhanaozen as they ...
2011 Kazakhstan clashes - Wikipedia
Nuclear energy in Kazakhstan
As of 2015, Kazakhstan has no active nuclear power generation capacity. The country's only nuclear power plant, the BN-350 sodium-cooled fast reactor located near Aktau in Mangystau Region, ceased gen...
Uranium mining in Kazakhstan
Uranium mining in Kazakhstan is of considerable importance to the national economy. By 2011, Kazakhstan was considered to be the world's largest producer of uranium.
Uranium exploration in Kazakhs...
KazKuat
KazKuat is a state-owned organization established in February 2005 to accelerate the development of the domestic hydro-electric sector in Kazakhstan. KazKuat’s main goal is to construct and modernise...
Moukhtar Dzhakishev
Moukhtar Dzhakishev (Kazakh: Мұхтар Жәкiшев; Russian: Мухтар Джакишев) is a notable Kazakh businessman and the former head of Kazatomprom.Dzhakishev graduated from the Moscow Engineering Physi...
INOGATE
INOGATE is an international energy co-operation programme between the European Union (EU), the littoral states of the Black and Caspian seas and their neighbouring countries. The programme is operat...
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Green Economy in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan begun to take steps the steps to transition to a green economy.Kazakhstan has set the goal that its transition into the green economy will increase GDP by 3%, and create more than 500 thous...
Tokarevskoye gas condensate field
The Tokarevskoye gas condensate field, 80 km west of Uralsk, consists of four individual accumulations whose productivity is proved by several wells. Gas water surface of some deposits range bet...
Tokarevskoye gas condensate field - Wikipedia
Energy Regulators Regional Association
The Energy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA) is a voluntary organization of independent energy regulatory bodies primarily from the Central European and Eurasian regions, with affiliates from Afr...
Energy Regulators Regional Association - Wikipedia
Vladimir Shkolnik
Vladimir Sergeyevich Shkolnik, born 17 February 1949 in Serpukhov, Russia, served as the Minister of Industry and Trade in the Government of Kazakhstan until Galym Orazbakov replaced him on 10 January...
Baku Initiative
The Baku Initiative is an international initiative of the European Union. It is a policy dialogue on energy and transport cooperation between the European Union and the littoral states of the Black Se...
Energy policy of Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan owns large reserves of energy resources, and therefore the energy policy of Kazakhstan has influence over the world's overall energy supply. Although Kazakhstan has not described itself as...