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Kazakhstan: Eurasia Project Inches Ahead While Other New Deals Are More Promising

Amid much fanfare, on 21 June the Kazakh government signed an agreement with KazMunayGas (KMG), Rosneft, CNPC, SOCAR, Eni and NEOS GeoSolutions to develop the Eurasia project. This will entail drilling an unprecedented 15km-deep well, Caspian-1, in the northern part of the Caspian Sea (75% of the project is in Kazakhstan and 25% is in Russia). Kazakh officials have claimed that the project could add up to 60bn tons of oil reserves and may be a major new development for the hydrocarbon sector in the long term.

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