Our activities in Kazakhstan

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In Kazakhstan, we are present in the exploration, development and production of hydrocarbons and natural gas, as well as in the renewable energy sector, with two wind power plants in Badamsha, in the region of Aktobe. The development of projects for the generation of electricity from renewable sources and experimentation with crops from which to extract raw materials for the production of biofuels are part of our commitment in Central Asia, where we create renewable and circular solutions to drive the energy transition. In this area we also focus on gas and new technologies.

Country profile

Activity start date: 1992 - present

Chemistry
Chemistry
Oil & Gas
Oil & Gas
Renewable
Renewable

Agip Karachaganak B.V.
Agip Caspian Sea B.V.
Arm Wind, subsidiary of Plenitude (100% Eni)

North Caspian Sea PSA (NCSPSA)

KazMunayGas (KMG)

Isatay Operating Company

Sovereign Wealth Fund Samruk-Kazyna (SK)

QazaqGaz (SK)

How we operate in the country

The extraction of oil and gas from the large fields of Karachaganak and Kashagan

We are partners of the Karachaganak field for the production of oil, condensates and natural gas and  we are part of the North Caspian Sea PSA consortium responsible for the operations of the Kashagan oil and gas field. We also operate the Isatay and Abay blocks located in Kazakh waters in the Caspian Sea with state-run company Kaz-MunayGas (KMG).

Renewable energy production projects and decarbonization agreements

To accelerate the energy transition, we built the Badamsha 1 and Badamsha 2 wind farms and confirmed the commissioning of an innovative 250 MW Hybrid Renewables-Gas Project in the Mangystau region. The solar and wind power generated will provide stable, low-carbon electricity to KMG facilities in the area, balanced with additional capacity from a gas power plant. The project leverages our international industrial expertise and pioneers the hybrid combination of state-of-the-art renewable power plants.  The 50 MW photovoltaic plant inaugurated in the Turkestan region further expands the country’s renewable energy production.

 

We are also developing hydrogen and agribusiness projects with the state-owned KazMunaiGas, the Samruk-Kazyna Sovereign Wealth Fund (SK) and QazaqGaz (SK's portfolio company) and have signed additional energy transition and strategic cooperation agreements to share scientific research and develop new technologies.

Road safety and university education

We have launched higher education courses via our Eni Corporate University, in collaboration with leading universities, for example the University of Pavia for the Master Medea and the Kazakh British Technical University (KBTU). To make the roads of the West Kazakhstan Region safer, numerous training activities have been held for police offers, teachers, students and representatives of non-governmental organisations. We have contributed to improving the energy efficiency of a secondary school in Turkistan with the installation of a photovoltaic system, thermostats and insulating film. 

Highlights

The data were selected from those contained in our official documents.

42
mm bbl

annual oil and condensate production


93
bcf

Annual gas production


60
mm boe

Annual hydrocarbon production


150
MW

Installed capacity from renewable sources


42
mm bbl

annual oil and condensate production

93
bcf

Annual gas production

60
mm boe

Annual hydrocarbon production

150
MW

Installed capacity from renewable sources

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Our history in Kazakhstan

From the development of large fields to projects for the production of clean energy, we accompany the country towards the energy transition.

January

2024

September

2023

March

2023

March

2020

December

2019

September

2018

June

2017

October

2016

1992

Hybrid Renewables-Gas Project confirmed

Agreement signed in Rome for the construction of a wind and solar farm and a gas power plant in the Mangystau region.

Titolo Photovoltaic park inaugurated in the region of Turkmenistan

The plant covers an area of 100 hectares and will be equipped with solar panels and a power substation connected to the local grid.

Badamsha 2 wind farm opens

Badamsha 2 is the second Eni wind energy project in the region of Aktobe and doubles the installed capacity of the Badamsha 1 wind farm which came into operation at the start of 2020.

Production begins at Badamsha wind farm

The farm will supply the Region of Aktobe with electricity.

Rights awarded for the development of a photovoltaic plant

The MWp farm will be constructed by Eni in the region of Turkistan.

Agreement with GE Renewable Energy for the development of Badamsha

The company will supply onshore wind turbines, 85 metres in height, for the construction of the wind farm.

Agreements in the exploration and renewable energy sector

The conditions for hydrocarbon exploration in Isatay are renewed and it is now possible to develop renewable energy generation projects in the country.

First crude oil dispatched from the Kashagan field

The first lot of crude oil produced by the onshore processing plant will be exported.

Eni enters Kazakhstan

The company begins its exploration activities across the country

Agip Karachaganak B.V.

Republic of Kazakhstan
16 Dostyk str.

Nur-Sultan

Z05H9K3

Talan Towers

Agip Caspian Sea B.V.

Republic of Kazakhstan
16 Dostyk str.

Nur-Sultan

Z05H9K3

Talan Towers

Arm Wind LLP

Republic of Kazakhstan
16 Dostyk str.

Nur-Sultan

Z05H9K3

Talan Towers

Last update: 22 May 2024


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