Eni in Kazakhstan

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Discoveries and new opportunities: the energy of today towards that of tomorrow.

Two energy production agreements between Eni and Kazakhstan were signed on 21 and 22 June at the Foreign Investor Council (FIC) in Astana, the city hosting the International Exposition until September. One renews the conditions for the transfer to Eni of 50% of underground oil exploration and production rights in the Isatay block in Kazakh waters in the Caspian Sea and the other, which also involves to General Electric (GE), to promote the development of energy-generation projects from renewable sources in the country.

Alongside our Exploration & Production activities, we also develop sustainability projects. We take account of the interconnection between our operations and the surrounding environment and are committed to promoting respect for people, the environment and the communities in which we operate.

The history, images, resources and debates on energy. ABO-About Oil outlines the energy scenarios of a country of endless steppes: here, together with agriculture, industry and services, energy occupies a prominent place. In fact Kazakhstan is the second oil producer among the states that were once part of the Soviet Union.

Kazakhstan: on the road to modernisation

Expo 2017 Astana

  • Expo 2017 Astana

    Eni on the trail of the energy of the future

    The International Exposition based on the theme “Future Energy” is being held in the Kazakh city of Astana, until 10 September 2017. Eni is present in the Italian Pavilion where we are supporting the development of exhibition content where we explain and illustrate our transition towards a sustainable energy mix: with the development of new systems to make natural gas more sustainable, a fundamental source of energy in the transition to renewables.

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Highlights

  • 231k

    barrels/day production

    231 k

    Karachaganak in 2016

  • 26mln

    m3/day production of natural gas

    26 mln

    Karachaganak in 2016

  • 54MW

    network capacity

    54 MW

    district heating from Uralsk

  • 38k

    m2 extent of health-care structure

    38 k

    offered by Eni to the community

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