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Ministerial Conference and the Eighth International forum on energy

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Friday, 16 June 2017 15:41

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Ministerial Conference and the Eighth International forum on energy

14 June, Astana

 

Final day of the Eighth International Forum on energy

Today is the final day of the Ministerial Conference and the Eighth International Forum on energy “Meeting the challenge of sustainable development”. On the platform of the forum, experts, including Aidar Kazybayev, Director of the Department of International Relations and Public Relations of the National Bank of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Pedro Robiou, Senior Energy Specialist of the International Finance Corporation, Thomas Minnich, Head of the Private Sector Unit at Asian Development Bank, and other experts raise the issues of funding the renewable energy sources:

How are renewable energy projects financed in emerging markets and in the region?

What are the main risks and barriers that limit project development and access to local capital for renewable energy projects?

What is the role of public financial institutions in mobilizing investors and private sector banks?

The discussion involved the representatives of governmental organizations, international financial centers, financial institutions, industry associations, RE project developers and experts.

Also the forum participants were especially interested in the meeting organized by the UNECE in cooperation with Swiss universities and C2E2, called Smart Cities.

Various solutions and innovations at the level of cities connected with energy efficiency, which can become an inspiration model for other cities seeking to develop energy efficiency, were presented at the meeting. For example, Ksenia Petrichenko, a researcher at the Copenhagen Center, presented street lighting projects based on LED lamps and new buildings that will reduce energy consumption by 2.5 times compared to the current situation.

Speakers also paid attention to the waste management system, namely, to the processing, recycling and alternative energy derived from wastes. The head of Astrakhan city administration Oleg Polumordinov noted that very effective waste management options are presented at EXPO.

At the final meeting, Scott Foster, Director of Sustainable Energy Division, Hongpeng Liu, Director of ESCAP Energy Division, Roula Maidalani, Director of ESCWA Sustainable Development Policies Division, and Ramazan Zhampiissov, Executive Director of KAZENERGY Association, summarized and announced the results of the forum.

"The Ministerial Conference and the Eighth International Energy Forum helped to increase the importance of the regional aspect in achieving the goal of sustainable energy development;

To strengthen the understanding of the role of fossil fuels in the future energy systems within the short and medium terms;

To increase the awareness of countries about various possible ways of development;

To hear the opinions of the countries of Central Asia and the Caucasus on energy and climate issues, and

Initiated the creation of the International Center for the Development of Green Technologies and Investment Projects under the auspices of the United Nations in Astana”, - Scott Foster said in his final speech.

Hongpeng Liu, Scott Foster and Roula Maidalani expressed their impressions of the forum and thanked the Government of Kazakhstan and KAZENERGY Association on behalf of the UN for organizing and supporting the Ministerial Conference and the Eighth International Energy Forum.

Although each country will make its contribution to the implementation of the Agenda 2030 and the fulfillment of the Paris Agreement, there is no uniform solution for everyone, and each country will choose its best approach taking into account its national features.

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Forum’s 2nd day Overview

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Friday, 16 June 2017 15:38

Forum’s 2nd day Overview

 

13 June, Astana

 

Topical issues of renewable energy discussed these days in Astana

Today, on the sidelines of the Eighth International Energy Forum, there are meetings, trainings and seminars on topical issues of energy efficiency and renewable energy.

Speakers and participants discuss the best practices for transition to a green economy, which are relevant not only for Kazakhstan but also for other countries. At the panel sessions, a lot of attention is given to investment in renewable energy. These issues are discussed by the heads and representatives of the five regional commissions of the United Nations, world organizations in charge of sustainable energy, and state agencies:

Martin Hullin, Project Manager, REN21

Zdenek Zbytek, Skoda representative

Vivien Foster, World Bank

Oleg Dzyubinsky, UNECE

William McLaughlin, UNIDO

Robert Hinrichs, Mondelez

Sergey Morozov, Arcelor Mittal

Hannes McNulty, BG Engineering Consulting

Mikhail Akim, ABB Russia

Natalia Jamburia, Georgian Ministry of Energy

Kazakhstan’s Energy sector and the Paris Agreement

Traditional sources of energy were also in the focus. They are strategically important for the sustainable economic growth of Kazakhstan. Thus, during the session “Best Practices in High Efficiency - Low Emissions (HELE). Coal Power Generation”, one of the speakers was Bakhytzhan Dzhaksaliev, the Deputy Minister of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The Ministry representative spoke about the role of coal for achieving the development goals of Kazakhstan, climate commitments and significance of the HELE technology (climate, air quality, energy security). The discussion of the role of coal after the Paris Agreement was continued by Barry Barrington, the Executive Director of the Energy Association of the United States. The speaker spoke about the trends and developments in the area of coal energy in the coming decades.

The United Nations Day at EXPO-2017 and the Eighth International Energy Forum

The second day of the Eighth International Energy Forum was the UN Day celebrated in the framework of EXPO.

In the afternoon, there were two dialogue, during which the interlocutors discussed the ability of the UN agencies to display their work and support countries in the field of sustainable energy. The sessions were attended by the representatives of the Ministry of Energy of Kazakhstan, UN, ESCWA, and UNDP.

Gani Sadibekov, Deputy Minister of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan, noted, “To date, in Kazakhstan, there are 50 facilities for renewable energy and we plan to continue increasing their number, in collaboration with UNDP”

In accordance with the agenda of the SDG7 meeting (Sustainable Development Goals), this dialogue will shed light on the importance of achieving the interrelated goals, which are universal access, energy efficiency enhancement and increased use of renewable energy in the global energy balance. The meeting will provide the participants with a platform to discuss the key issues:

  • Importance of movement of all countries in the same direction;
  • Role of the public and private sectors in financing the transition to renewable energy sources;
  • Key measures to improve energy efficiency in cities around the world.

Gani Sadibekov also noted that a great event happened on 10 June – the Opening of the International Specialized Exhibition EXPO-2017, in the framework of which, on 11 June, ministers adopted a joint declaration and made a joint statement on the intent to establish an International Center for Green Technologies under the auspices of the UN in Astana. “We believe that this will be an excellent opportunity for the development of green energy in Kazakhstan and achieving the sustainable development goals,” said the Vice-Minister in the end of the session.

You can find more information about the press conferences of the Ministerial Conference and the Eighth International Forum on the official pages of the event:

http://energyministerial.kz/

https://www.facebook.com/energyministerial/

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Agreements to finance the project of extension of the "Burnoye" solar power station to 100 MW in Zhambyl Region signed at the Ministerial Conference

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Monday, 12 June 2017 16:57

Agreements to finance the project of extension of the "Burnoye" solar power station to 100 MW in Zhambyl Region signed at the Ministerial Conference

"Agreement on Cooperation and Support of the Project of Extension of Burnoye Solar Power Plant from 50 to 100 MW" and "Loan Agreement between the EBRD and Burnoye Solar-2 LLP" were executed at the Ministerial Conference and the Eighth International Forum on Energy for Sustainable Development for the purpose of extending the existing Burnoye PV plant from 50 MW to 100 MW in Zhambyl Region. The first signing was attended by: Kanat Bozumbayev, Minister of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Nandita Parshad, EBRD Managing Director for Energy and Natural Resources, and Albrecht Frischenschlager, Representative of UG Energy Limited (founder) from BURNOYE SOLAR-2 LLP. The Loan Agreement was signed by Nurlan Kapenov, General Director of BURNOYE SOLAR-2 LLP, and Aida Sitdikova, EBRD Director for Energy and Natural Resources, Russia, Caucasus and Central Asia.

The goal of the project is to provide Kazakhstan with safe, reliable and environmentally friendly electricity through the use of solar energy. The project will expand the existing "Burnoye" solar power plant from 50 MW to 100 MW and increase the generation of "clean" electricity to 146 million kWh per year. To be put into operation in the second quarter of 2018, the "Burnoye" solar power plant will become one of the largest renewable energy sources in the CIS.

The total amount of the investments for the project is 26 billion tenge, with 7.8 billion to be committed by Samruk-Kazyna Invest LLP and British partner UG Energy Limited.

The signing of the Loan Agreement with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development will raise 14.9 billion tenge of the long-term debt funding, and the debt funding of 10 million USD from the Clean Technology Fund. It should be noted that the Loan Agreement with the EBRD is executed as part of the project funding, which does not require additional hard pledges and financial guarantees from the project sponsors.

As part of the signing of the Loan Agreement with the EBRD, the Agreement on Cooperation and Project Support between the EBRD, the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan and "Burnoye Solar-2" LLP will also be signed, which aims to consolidate key provisions of the legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan in renewable energy.

The implementation of the project will make it possible to continue the transition of Kazakhstan to "green economy"; to increase electricity generation from renewable energy sources in Kazakhstan to 3% by 2020; to start building the facility during EXPO-2017; to attract 12 million USD in investments; to create more than 300 temporary and 10 permanent jobs, as well as to increase the attraction of modern "clean" technologies to the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Partners:

Samruk-Kazyna Invest LLP is an investment company that is part of Samruk-Kazyna JSC Holding. The core business of the company is to provide direct investments in the local companies together with strategic partners and/or institutional investors contributing to the development and modernization of the economy of Kazakhstan.

UG Energy Limited is a 100% subsidiary of United Green (hereinafter - UG). UG offers broad experience in renewable energy. Since 2008, UG has been investing in wind and solar parks. Total capacity of the RES projects realized is over 300 MW, with total cost of 1.3 billion USD, including over 300 million USD of net worth.

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development is an international financial organization, with 61 countries, the European Union and European Bank as its founding members. The EBRD was established in 1992 in order to facilitate the transition of the countries of Eastern Europe to a market economy. Since its creation, the Bank has expanded the geography of its involvement: today the EBRD operates in 29 countries of the world - from Central Europe to Central Asia.

The Clean Technology Fund is part of the Climate Investment Funds (CIF), a multi-donor trust fund established in 2008 and managed by the World Bank. The objective of CIF is to provide increased funding for climate projects in developing countries in order to initiate radical changes in support of environmentally sustainable, low-carbon development. 

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Cooperation agreement signed between ITER Organization and National Nuclear Center of the Republic of Kazakhstan

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Monday, 12 June 2017 16:38

Cooperation agreement signed between ITER Organization and National Nuclear Center of the Republic of Kazakhstan

The National Nuclear Center of the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan (NNC         ) and the ITER International Organization for Thermonuclear Energy have entered into the agreement on cooperation in various fields of activity.

The signing ceremony took place in Astana on the sidelines of the Ministerial Conference: Meeting the Challenge of Sustainable Energy. The agreement was signed by Erlan Batyrbekov, Director General of the National Nuclear Center, and Bernard Bigot, Director General of the ITER Organization.

"The agreement signed today is the first step of our technical cooperation, between the NNC and the ITER organization. The ITER device will be the first thermonuclear installation that will demonstrate the commercial use of controlled thermonuclear fusion. On our part, we offer a unique installation, which we launched two days ago. The physical launch was just timed to the opening of EXPO-2017 and it is very symbolic, because we believe that the future energy is the energy of controlled thermonuclear fusion. We are very grateful to the ITER Organization and to Mr. Bigot personally for this opportunity of cooperation and a unique offer for Kazakhstan to be an associated member of ITER, which, in essence, will allow our country to enter the top ten countries that have access to unique achievements in the energy of the future", explained Erlan Batyrbekov, head of the NNC.

ITER’s Director General Bernard Bigot noted that ITER’s mission is in line with the theme of EXPO 2017.

"I have no doubt that sustainable energy is part of the future. The ITER project is currently uniting 35 countries, including China, India, South Korea, Russia, the United States. These countries have joined their efforts to develop sustainable energy. We are grateful for the opportunity to cooperate with the National Thermonuclear Center of Kazakhstan - this is a unique opportunity: working with the newly created center for material research", Mr. Bigot added during the signing of the agreement.

The signing of the agreement is an important step in research and technical cooperation in technology development for controlled thermonuclear fusion. It is for these purposes that the unique Tokamak KTM facility is being established in the premises of the National Nuclear Center, Kazakhstan's leading research organization in the field of peaceful use of atomic energy. This project is being implemented at the direction of Head of State Nursultan Nazarbayev in support of the international program to develop controlled thermonuclear fusion. The KTM research facility will make it possible to solve numerous fundamental engineering and scientific problems, which is especially important given that, in the opinion of the international scientific community, in the foreseeable future thermonuclear reactors can become the main virtually inexhaustible, environmentally clean energy sources.

REFERENCE: The Ministerial Conference and the Eighth International Forum under the general title "Meeting the Challenge of Sustainable Energy" have commenced in the first days of the "International Specialized Exhibition EXPO-2017: Future Energy" (hereinafter – Exhibition) to be held on the 11th - 14th June of 2017.

This key event of the energy sector is included in the Schedule of the Most Significant Events of EXPO.

The Ministerial Conference and the Forum are hosted by the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the KAZENERGY Association under the auspices of the five UN Regional Commissions (ECE, ESCAP, ESCWA, ECA, and ECLAC).

The partners of the Conference and Forum include reputable international organizations, such as UNDP, UNDESA, SE4ALL, IRENA, IEA, IEC, UNIDO and others.

The main themes of the Forum and the opening Ministerial Conference: Meeting the Challenge of Sustainable Energy are energy security, trade and infrastructure, the interrelationship of energy, climate and food, and the development of renewable energy in the regional context.

The main outcome of the event will be the adoption of the Ministerial Statement containing a number of specific measures to ensure the achievement of the goals of the new Global Agenda 2030. The Ministerial Statement will be a part of EXPO’s Manifesto of Values and Principles – the main final document of the Exhibition.

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Scientific and Technical Council of KAZENERGY Association discusses innovative solutions in oil and gas field development

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Thursday, 01 June 2017 11:07

Scientific and Technical Council of KAZENERGY Association discusses innovative solutions in oil and gas field development

At a regular meeting held on May 30 this year, the Scientific and Technical Council of KAZENERGY Association discussed innovative solutions in oil and gas field development. The meeting was attended by invited experts from service and engineering companies, managers and specialists of oil and gas companies, design institutes, representatives of the School of Mining and Geosciences at Nazarbayev University and members of KAZENERGY Association (oil and gas and energy organizations of the Republic of Kazakhstan).

Opening the meeting, the STC Chairman Uzakbai Suleimenovich Karabalin made a welcoming speech, introduced the speakers and called on discussing all the topical issues of energy efficiency and energy saving.

Laurent Richard, Ph.D, geochemistry consultant (Barcelona, ​​Spain) spoke on "Geochemistry of sulphur in petroleum system". He presented thermodynamic studies and conceptual conclusions from the study, in which he defined the system under study and the chemical composition and phases inherent in the system. The thermodynamic models that he developed offer a proper explanation of the geochemical processes that take place in petroleum systems and help in forecasting concentration limits (for example, of hydrogen sulphide) at given temperatures and pressures, and in changing reservoir performance.

Representatives of Russian Multifunctional Company ChemServiceEngineering LLC made a presentation on "Breakthrough technology of oil recovery enhancement". Earlier, ChemServiceEngineering presented good results of the use of the new high-performance reagent AC-CSE-1313-A + acid composition (gelling agent). EOR-Soft presented the product "Information Support for EOR Technologies" and told about a software package that allows effective evaluation of the use of new technologies in oil and gas fields successfully applied by Lukoil, Gazprom, Tatneft, RosNeft, SlavNeft and others.

In addition, a report on development of the School of Mining and Geosciences at Nazarbayev University, which was founded jointly in a strategic partnership with Colorado School of Mines, was presented at the meeting. This school was established as a single centre of knowledge in earth sciences aimed at transforming the existing knowledge and technologies in development of high-performance industry, and at developing safe, efficient and environmentally responsible use of natural resources. Bachelor and master's programs in mining and oil and gas business were presented as well.

"Universal subsurface sucker-rod pump drive" project was presented by the project designer and patent owner Abilkhas Bissembayev. He told about the development and pilot testing of the universal subsurface sucker-rod pump drive, and the circuit diagram of the unit (USSRPD). The Council members noted that the presented work could have a development prospect for industrial implementation with proper technical enhancement and subject to successful subsequent pilot trials.

Representatives of KazMunayGas Research and Development Institute of Production and Drilling Technology presented a comprehensive study on introduction of hydraulic fracturing technology on the example of the KazMunayGas group of companies, including a description of the technology, history, quantitative data and analysis of the effectiveness of this technology. The newly developed system for high-quality performance of HF has helped improve the efficiency of these operations, increase the economic profitability of HF and achieve the planned production through HF. The STC meeting participants discussed new focus areas in the use of the technology, such as hybrid HF, reduction of the use of fresh water and others.

Director of Kazakh Petroleum Institute of Scientific Research and Geological Survey (KazNIGRI) JSC Akhan Serikovich Sarbayev reported on efficient application of the FloWQ jet pump system at the Tobearal field. The innovative jet pump was designed to extract large amounts of underground reservoir fluids containing solid impurities in quantities ranging from moderate to large. Studies showed that this jet pump helped achieve a noticeable increase in oil recovery from the wells at the field, a considerable increase in the time between repairs and a reduction in electricity consumption.

The last issue of the meeting agenda was presented by the international service company Schlumberger. The issue related to primary, secondary and tertiary oil recovery methods. The company representatives told about their general system approach focusing on chemical methods of oil recovery (EOR), including the details of the work at the screening and modelling stages.

At the end of the meeting, the STC Chairman noted that these projects and issues are relevant today and have a prospect for further development in their areas. According to the Adviser to the Chairman of KAZENERGY Association Arman Nurlanovich Satimov, the next meeting is scheduled for this July. The meeting agenda will focus on the energy development issues, in view of the EXPO-2017 exhibition.

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Meeting of the Coordination Council on the human capital development

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Wednesday, 24 May 2017 18:42

Meeting of the Coordination Council on the human capital development 

On May 23, 2017, the meeting of the Human Resource Development Coordinating Council (hereinafter – the Coordinating Council) was held at “KAZENERGY” Association under the chairmanship of Abdenov S.S, Vice President for Human Resource Management of “KazMunayGas” NC” JSC.

Apart from the members of Coordinating Council, the representatives of the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Ministry of Labour and Social Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan, “Atameken” National Chamber of Entrepreneurs of the Republic of Kazakhstan also participated in the meeting.

The progress report of “KAZENERGY” Association on the human resource development for 2016 was heard at the meeting agenda. Also, the main activities of the Human Resource Development Coordinating Council for 2017 were also defined and approved.

The participants of the Coordinating Council discussed the issues of labour rating in the part of forming a single base for organizational and technical provision of labour regulations and standards in oil and gas and energy fields.

The representatives of the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the population of the Republic of Kazakhstan covered the information on the effective employment and mass entrepreneurship program.

The representatives of the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs informed the participants of the meeting of the Coordinating Council on the entrepreneurship development program in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

In addition, during the meeting of Coordinating Council the information on the project of Corporate Social Responsibility in oil and gas field for 2015-2016 was announced and discussed.

The participants of the Coordinating Council heard the information on activities conducted by the Association within the International specialized exhibition EXPO-2017 “Future Energy”: XI Eurasian Forum, Meeting of the Women Energy Club, Youth Forum.

Meeting of the Coordinating Council ended with the introductory lecture on the theme “Labour conflicts and settlement of labour disputes”, provided by the representatives of “Center for training, research and conflict resolution of the Federation of Trade Unions of RK”.

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Scientific and technical council of the kazenergy association has discussed the innovative solutions of the energy efficiency and energy conservation

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Thursday, 13 April 2017 16:18

 

Scientific and technical council of the kazenergy association has discussed the innovative solutions of the energy efficiency and energy conservation

The innovative solutions of the energy efficiency and energy conservation were addressed at the regular meeting of the Scientific and Technical Council of the KAZENERGY Association on the 11th of April this year, which was attended by the guest experts from Czech Republic as well as chiefs and specialists from the Ministry of Energy of Kazakhstan, Ministry for Investment and Development of Kazakhstan, Samruk-Energo JSC, KIOG JSC, Kazakhstan Association of Energy Auditors ULE, Ergonomika LLP, NCOC and members of the KAZENERGY Association – oil and gas and energy companies of  the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Opening the meeting, Adviser to the Chairman of the KAZENERGY Association, Deputy Chairman of the STC Arman Satimov and Managing Director for Production and Asset Management of Samruk-Energo JSC Serik Tyurbekev delivered a welcoming speech, introduced speakers and called the participants to discuss all the popular issues of energy efficiency and energy saving.

The economy of Kazakhstan is characterized by two factors: firstly, the real sector is prevailed by outdated technologies and equipment with significant depreciation; secondly, for historical reasons, the energy-intensive sectors make up the core of the economy of Kazakhstan. Given this, increasing energy efficiency is becoming a key to improving the competitiveness of Kazakhstan’s goods and the economy as a whole.

Representative of the MID of RoK Olzhas Alibekov reported on the implementation of the state policy in the field of energy saving and energy efficiency. The speaker talked about global trends of investing in the energy sector, including in renewable energy sources (RES). The growth of renewable energy generation in 2015 versus previous years was 33%. Investments in the oil and gas industry are still at the top.

Dauren Tokbayev, President of "Kazakhstan Association of Energy Auditors" ULE told the participants about the challenges in energy efficiency and the suggested changes in the Law of the RoK "On Self-Regulation", legal acts and Rules of Audit. For example, it was proposed to reduce the general timeframe for conducting energy audits and to introduce the institutes of self-regulation, a model of which was presented by the speaker in his presentation.

A crucial point of the STC meeting was the speech by CEO of Consortium "CZET - Czech Energy Conservation Technologies" Zdenek Zbytecka, who is also the EXPO Commissioner of the Czech Republic and is the holder of the "Person of the Year" nomination. Mr. Zbytec spoke about the current state of Czech energy sector, the use of Czech experience and the latest technologies for the modernization and development of the energy infrastructure of the Republic of Kazakhstan. He noted that the cooperation between Kazakhstan and the Czech Republic began with the visit of Czech President Miloš Zeman to Astana in 2014, which Mr. Zbytek himself attended as part of the delegation. It is important to note that the Czech Republic, in cooperation with the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan and KGNT, will take an active part in the EXPO-2017 Exhibition and will host specialized themed Czech days of energy.

Specialists of various sectors from ŠKODA PRAHA a.s, Environment Commerce CZ and ETD Transfarmatory a.s. shared their innovative technologies and solutions; Peter Krupchik, Deputy Technical Director of SKODA PRAHA a.s. talked about the experience of ŠKODA PRAHA in upgrading and environmentalizing the coal-burning plants in the Czech Republic. As an important topic of the session, the participants discussed the possibility of using the Czech experience of environmentalization in Kazakhstan.

In addition, the participants addressed the issue of innovative energy-efficient waste water treatment for oil and gas and energy enterprises. Ivan Bidenko, General Director of ENVIRONMENT COMMERCE CZ a.s., presented the concept of creation of an energy-independent food and utility complex in the cities of Kazakhstan.

To complete the meeting, reports were continued by local specialists from NCOC and "Ergonomika" LLP. Mukhtar Koshkarbayev, environmental engineer of the greenhouse gases and energy efficiency group of NCOC, acquainted the participants with "My Eco Footprint" campaign aimed to draw attention to the problem of climate change. The speaker noted the need to support and promote energy conservation and energy efficiency, primarily, in terms of environmental safety. Such approach, according to the expert, seems innovative, as it will find more understanding and approval among the broad masses of modern society and will create a fertile ground for reducing the energy intensity of GDP.

In conclusion of the meeting, the participants of the STC voiced their proposals and comments on the most significant aspects which must be focused on in order to promote the theme of energy efficiency and energy conservation in the country.

* CZET Consortium is a group of thirty Czech manufacturers of energy technologies, design, construction and trade companies, which have united into the Czech Energy Conservation Technologies – "CZET" in order to offer modern, highly effective power complexes, and individual deliveries of technologies or turn-key supplies to foreign companies.

* Environment Commerce CZ has been supplying waste water treatment units to the European and Middle Eastern markets for over 20 years now.

* ŠKODA PRAHA a.s deals with general supplies of power complexes, and upgrades, repairs and reconstructs power plants or process sides thereof, commissions equipment, including warranty and certification trials.

* ETD Transfarmatory a.s. is the company producing energy effective world class choke coils and transformers. Currently, the product line comprises power transformers (single-phase and three-phase regulating and non-regulated transformers), automobile power invertors, furnace transformers, traction transformers for use in the railway industry as well as for specific-purpose reactors.

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On March 9, 2017, KAZENERGY and “ALGORITMI KZ” LLP signed the Memorandum of Cooperation.

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Friday, 10 March 2017 16:21

 

KAZENERGY’s focus – local content promotion

 

On March 9, 2017, KAZENERGY and “ALGORITMI KZ” LLP signed the Memorandum of Cooperation. 

Thus, the parties expressed their intention to jointly cooperate in developing the local content in the Republic of Kazakhstan and at the international level as well as in promoting “Alash” unified database.

At the signing, the Executive Director of KAZENERGY Rustem Kabzhanov noted: “This document is confirmation of the Association’s intention to support and promote Kazakhstan content in oil and gas projects. The important step in this field is participation of Kazakhstan companies in “Alash” unified procurement system uniting three largest oil and gas operators.

ALASH is online database of suppliers for oil and gas operators in Kazakhstan. “Alash” database is a portal providing direct connection between the goods and services suppliers and oil and gas project operators. It is supposed that the system will significantly simplify the procedure for participation of the local companies in procurement of goods and services of oil and gas operators. “Alash” system incorporates the database of suppliers of three largest oil and gas projects in Kazakhstan: NCOC (Kashagan project operator), TCO (Tengiz project operator) and KPO (Karachaganak project operator). The system was developed by “Algoritmi KZ” LLP. The suppliers registered in ALASH may undergo preliminary qualification assessment and demonstrate their compliance with the minimal criteria provided by the field operators. Operators may address “ALASH” system to find the suppliers of required goods and services. Suppliers registered in ALASH may update provided information via the interactive interfaces convenient for the user.

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By the Order of the Chairman of KAZENERGY Association Kulibayev T.A

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Friday, 03 March 2017 18:28

By the Order of the Chairman of KAZENERGY Association Kulibayev T.A, AKHMURZINA Lyazzat Zheksenbayevna is assigned Executive Director for HR development.

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KOZHALIYEVA Togzhan Bakytzhankyzy is released from position of the Executive Director of KAZENERGY Association due to a transfer to another job.

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The 3rd “National energy report” will be presented within EXPO-2017 “Future Energy”.

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Tuesday, 28 February 2017 10:23

The 3rd “National energy report” will be presented within EXPO-2017 “Future Energy”.

 

KAZENERGY Association started active preparation of the 3rd National energy report timed to the International specialized exhibition EXPO-2017 “Future Energy”.

On February 24, the First working meeting of the Steering Committee was held under the chairmanship of Uzakbai Karabalin. “The first two NER releases – he noted, - received positive feedback among the experts as well as among the representatives of state authorities and companies of the sector. And therefore, this year the Association decided to continue this work involving the same international advisors - IHS Markit company”.

By Karabalin, over the last two years, significant changes, which directly influence on energy sector, have occurred in political and economic life. In this connection, the Report should be focused on the acute problems and challenges faced by the sector today, as well as on formation of proposals on their resolution. At the same time, NER proposals should be balanced and should take into account the interests of all the Association members and the state as a whole. It is important that this work is performed in close connection with all energy market participants. That is why, - Deputy Chairman of the Association noted, - it has been resolved to establish the Steering Committee – a single authority, making resolutions connected with the Report preparation and approval on behalf of KAZENERGY.

In turn, the Association partners – IHS experts - told on general approaches to the Report preparation. Polina Mirenkova, Deputy Director of IHS Markit, provided general information and main directions of the draft NER.

Matt Sagers, Managing Director of IHS Markit Eurasia, shared information on the key trends of the world energy and their influence on the market of Kazakhstan. He pointed out that despite significant growth of the use of renewable energy sources, next decades the demand for traditional energy sources will increase, that may have positive effect for the prospects of development of Kazakhstan fuel and energy field.   

By the results of reports, the meeting participants provided their proposals and comments on the most important moments which should be reflected in this analytical report.

The next meeting of the Committee is scheduled for the early June.

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