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Our work in Kazakhstan

We have had a presence in the country since 1992, where we jointly operate the Karachaganak production field and are a partner in the North Caspian Sea Production Sharing Agreement (PSA) that operates the Kashagan field.


The Kashagan and Karachaganak giants and the Isatay block

We jointly operate the Karachaganak production field and are a partner in the North Caspian Sea PSA that operates the Kashagan field. The operations are conducted over a total area of 6,281 km2 (1,543 km2 Eni-owned). With state-owned company KazMunayGas, we operate the Isatay block (50% Eni-owned) in the Caspian Sea, which potentially has significant oil resources. In July 2019, by signing a protocol with the Kazakh Ministry of Energy and KazMunayGas, we obtained the rights to the subsoil for the exploration and production of hydrocarbons through joint operations in the Abay offshore area.

We create energy

We are integrating our business operations with social and environmental sustainability to create shared, long-term value. In Kazakhstan, for example, we work with universities to train Oil&Gas industry specialists, we have set up the Ural River Park Project to protect the River Ural ecosystem and we have launched initiatives to benefit children. Since 1999, we have periodically organised for Kazakh children to spend time on the Adriatic coast, and, in 2018, with help from AC Milan Junior Football Camp, the top Italian trainers with experience in the junior division provided training to young local footballers.


Located onshore in the western part of the country, Karachaganak (Eni interest 29.25%) is a giant field that produces oil, condensates and natural gas. The operations carried out by the Karachaganak Petroleum Operating consortium (KPO) are regulated by a Production Sharing Agreement, of which we and Shell are co-operators.

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Learn about Karachaganak


We hold a 16.81% interest in the North Caspian Sea Production Sharing Agreement (NCSPSA). The latter regulates, until the end of 2041, the exploration, development and production rights over a 4,600 km2 area of the giant Kashagan field, discovered in the northern section of the Caspian Sea in 2000. We have also launched a professional training programme for local people in the energy industry, and set up social facilities.

Learn about Kashagan
Learn about Kashagan

Renewable energy in Badamsha

Since 2017, we have signed numerous cooperation agreements to promote the development of renewable energy in the country, and, in 2018, we decided to invest in building Badamsha 1, a 48 MW wind farm in the north-west. We opened the construction site to build the plant in 2019, and, thanks to a recently signed agreement, we will also add a second 48 MW wind farm.

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Learn about the project

Master MEDEA and our partnership with Kazakh universities

To prepare specialists from Kazakhstan for work in the energy industry, we offer high-level training courses at our Corporate University (Master MEDEA), and we work with Italy's top universities and with the Kazakh British Technical University (KBTU). At the initiative of the World Economic Forum, we have also developed a Petroleum Engineering Education Program in conjunction with Satbayev and Nazarbayev universities in Kazakhstan and thanks to a team comprising personnel from Eni and other global companies. 


Kazakhstan is a country where energy has prime importance, including renewables.

Kazakhstan's millenia-long history, multi-ethnic culture and energy situation.