publication . Article . 2007

Some solutions to the Central Asian region's energy cooperation problems

Rakhmatulina, Gulnur;
Open Access Russian
  • Published: 01 Jan 2007 Journal: Central Asia and the Caucasus (issn: 1404-6091, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Central Asia & Central Caucasus Press AB
Abstract
It stands to reason that the resource-rich Central Asian Region (CAR), which is located at the crossroads between the Near and Middle East, South Asia, China, and Russia and is also in direct proximity to the countries experiencing "energy starvation," is of important geostrategic significance. It is a well-known fact that CAR has vast energy potential. Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan have large supplies of oil and gas resources, which enjoy demand on the world market. In particular, 22 raw hydrocarbon fields have been developed in Kazakhstan, particularly in the Caspian Depression and South Turgai. The State Development Program of the Kazakhstan Sector...
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