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Some Win, Some Lose as Kazakhstan Gets a $1.1 Billion Check
October 03, 2018

Some Win, Some Lose as Kazakhstan Gets a $1.1 Billion Check

By Paolo Sorbello
Western companies operating at Karachaganak agreed to pay Kazakhstan $1.1 billion, ending an enduring spat with the government

Kazakhstan's Energy Company Continues to Borrow to Survive
April 30, 2018

Kazakhstan's Energy Company Continues to Borrow to Survive

By Paolo Sorbello
A recent Eurobond issue piles up on Kazmunaigas' debt, signaling just how dependent Kazakhstan's oil and gas giant is on borrowed capital.
The Real Future of Green Energy in Kazakhstan
January 12, 2018

The Real Future of Green Energy in Kazakhstan

By Andres Fernandez
Given the dominance of conventional energy resources, are Astana’s green energy reforms merely publicity stunts?

The Global Oil War Rages On With OPEC Cut Deal Extension
December 05, 2017

The Global Oil War Rages On With OPEC Cut Deal Extension

By Catherine Putz
OPEC and major non-OPEC producers agreed to extend the December 2016 production cut deal through 2018.

Fuel Crisis Exposes Kazakhstan's Energy Contradictions
October 23, 2017

Fuel Crisis Exposes Kazakhstan's Energy Contradictions

By Paolo Sorbello
For the past month, lack of gasoline, price increases, and public discontent highlighted Kazakhstan's infrastructural and institutional impasse.

Kazakhstan Disappoints on OPEC Promise
July 13, 2017

Kazakhstan Disappoints on OPEC Promise

By Casey Michel
Mixed reporting casts doubt on how seriously Astana takes its oil production cut promises.

Kazakhstan's Renewable Energy Quest
May 02, 2017

Kazakhstan's Renewable Energy Quest

By Eric Wheeler
Astana will face a number of practical and political issues in promoting renewable energy sources.
Kazakhstan Breaks Oil Production Cut Promise
April 14, 2017

Kazakhstan Breaks Oil Production Cut Promise

By Catherine Putz
The promise was symbolic, anyway.

Is a Winter Oil Production Freeze in the Works?
November 01, 2016

Is a Winter Oil Production Freeze in the Works?

By Catherine Putz
OPEC promises a plan November 30, but in the meantime members and non-members dither on cuts and freezes.

Chevron and Kazakhstan Hail $36.8 Billion Tengiz Expansion
July 05, 2016

Chevron and Kazakhstan Hail $36.8 Billion Tengiz Expansion

By Catherine Putz
The investment looks to capitalize on lower costs and bet on future demand.

Kazakhstan to Attend the Doha Oil Summit
April 15, 2016

Kazakhstan to Attend the Doha Oil Summit

By Catherine Putz
At least Astana will be in the room where it happens.
Why Changing Energy Markets Add Relevance to EXPO 2017 Astana
February 22, 2016

Why Changing Energy Markets Add Relevance to EXPO 2017 Astana

By Rapil Zhoshybayev
The event has chosen a surprising theme.

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