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Oil and Gas Industry of Turkmenistan
Oil and Gas Industry of Turkmenistan
Released: August 2013
Language: English, Russian
Quanity: 129 pages
Format: book and CD
Delivery: express shipping (2-4 days)
Price: € 2.450
1 EUR = 50 RUB
Price in rubles - 122 500 RUB

The study aims to provide a detailed analysis of Turkmenistan’s oil and gas sector, including an overview of the sectors governance structure, major oil and gas producers, production projects involving foreign companies, oil and gas pipeline network, and Turkmen gas production and exports looking out to 2022.

RPI has kept track of the Turkmen petroleum industry for over 20 years, providing a unique platform for our specialists to develop in-depth analyses of both potential and evolutionary risks associated with the countrys production projects.

This study presents detailed data on oil and gas production, exports, and refining and processing activities. It provides a description of the resource base, closely focusing on taxes and regulations applicable to the petroleum sector, including producer licensing as well as the domestic investment climate and potential risks. The report also describes principal oil and gas export routes and their potential transformation in the future. It analyses anticipated changes in the demand for Turkmen oil and gas across major petroleum markets.

The key sections of the report provide insights on the following:

  • The petroleum industrys governance structure, regulatory authorities and their powers. The licensing procedure, taxes and work codes. Country-specific regulatory features regarding the petroleum industry that potential investors must know.
  • The current status of Turkmenistans oil sector: oil reserves and potential discoveries, and historical oil production, refining and export data from 2002 through 2012. Key players and an overview of their production projects. Oil sector infrastructure and crude and petroleum product export routes.
  • The current status of Turkmenistans gas sector: the asset base and potential reserve gains, and historical gas production, processing and export data from 2002 through 2012. Market players and an overview of production projects. Turkmenistans gas export infrastructure and export routes. Prospects of export route diversification.
  • Forecasts of Turkmenistan‘s petroleum sector growth by 2022 based on several scenarios: outlook for oil and gas production and exports as a function of specific domestic and international conditions; and sale markets and demand for Turkmen hydrocarbons over the forecast horizon.
This product could be an important strategic decision-making tool for companies specializing in production of hydrocarbons and provision of oilfield and gas field services, and considering Turkmenistan in terms of their business growth opportunities. The report helps evaluate opportunities and prospects for involvement in oil and gas production projects in Turkmenistan and understand associated risks and risk mitigation approaches and strategies.

Also, the information provided in the report gives a good idea of Turkmenistans petroleum industry as a whole to those interested in the petroleum sector of the Caspian region and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).
The forecasts and assumptions about the future evolution of the Turkmen petroleum sector, including projections of production, exports and domestic consumption of oil and gas contained in the study are based on a thorough analysis of information obtained from reliable sources. This allows us to predict growth prospects, opportunities, risks and threats for both the sector as a whole and its individual players.
Introduction: Turkmenistan’s Oil and Gas Industry
1 Management of the Oil and Gas Industry

1.1.1 State Agency for Hydrocarbon Resources Management and Use under the President of Turkmenistan
1.1.2 The Government
1.1.3 State Concerns and Corporations
1.2 Licensing of Activities
1.3 Agreements
1.4 Rules for Conducting Oil Operations
1.5 Pipeline Transport
1.6 Taxes and Other Payments
2 Turkmenistans Oil Industry

2.1 Oil Reserves Base
2.2 Oil Production
2.3 Industry Structure: Producers
2.4 Oil Refining
2.5 Oil Transportation Infrastructure
2.5.1 Pipeline System
2.5.2 Sea Terminals
2.5.3 Tanker fleet
2.5.4 Railway Transportation
2.6 Exports of Oil and Oil Products
2.6.1 Oil Exports
2.6.2 Oil export routes
2.6.3 Exports of Oil Products
3 Turkmenistans Gas Industry

3.1 Brief History
3.2 Natural Gas Reserves, Development Potential
3.3 Territorial Distribution of Resources/ Gas Reserves
3.4 Gas Industry Structure: Key Players and Projects
3.4.1 Turkmengas
3.4.2 Turkmenneft
3.4.3 Projects with Foreign Operators
3.5 Gas Processing
3.5.1 The list of major gas processing plants and their respective capacities
3.6 Gas Transportation Infrastructure
3.7 Export pipelines
3.7.1 CAC-1, 2 and 4
3.7.2 CAC-3 (Ekerem-Beineu)
3.7.3 Turkmenistan-China Gas Pipeline
3.7.4 Korpedzhe–Kurt-Kui
3.7.5 Dovletobad-Serakhs-Khangeran
3.8 Program for Development of Transportation Infrastructure
3.8.1 Internal gas pipeline infrastructure
3.8.2 New gas export routes
4 Projections of oil and gas production and export from Turkmenistan until 2020

4.1 Projections of the production and export of oil and gas-condensate
4.1.1 Production
4.1.2 Export
4.2 Projections of gas production and export
4.2.1 Gas demand in major markets
4.2.2 Gas Production
4.2.3 Gas Exports
Chart 2-1. Oil production in Turkmenistan in 2002-2012, thousand tons
Chart 2-2. Oil production at onshore and offshore fields in Turkmenistan, 2012, %
Chart 2-3. Operators of Turkmenistan’s oil/ oil and gas projects
Chart 2-4. Oil production in Turkmenistan by operators, 2002-2012, thousand tons
Chart 2-5. Oil production in Turkmenistan by operators on the sea shelf, 2002-2012, thousand tons
Chart 2-6. Oil production by Turkmennefts production units, 2002-2012, ‘000 tons
Chart 2-7. Oil production at the Khazar contract territory, 2002-2012, 000 tons per year
Chart 2-8. Oil production at the Nebitdag PSA, 2002-2012, 000 tons per year
Chart 2-9. Oil production in the Cheleken contract territory, 2002-2012, 000 tons per year
Chart 2-10. Production drilling in the Cheleken contract territory, 2006-2014, wells
Chart 2-11. Liquids production at the Block-1 contract territory, 2006-2012,000 tons per year
Chart 2-12. Primary oil refining in Turkmenistan, 2002-2012, mln. tons per annum
Chart 2-13. Oil Exports from Turkmenistan, 2002-2012, million tons
Chart 2-14. Oil products exports from Turkmenistan, 2002-2012, 000 tons
Chart 3-1. Gas production in Turkmenistan from 1992 to 1999, bcm
Chart 3-2.Gas production in Turkmenistan from 2000 to 2012, bcm
Chart 3-3. Turkmenistans gas exports from 2000 to 2012, bcm per annum
Chart 3-4. Onshore and offshore gas distribution
Chart 3-5. Gas production by state concerns and PSA, bcm
Chart 3-6. LPG production at gas processing facilities, 2001-2012, 000 tons per year
Chart 4-1. Projections of liquid hydrocarbon production in Turkmenistan until 2022, mln. tons per annum
Chart 4-2. The balance of production, domestic consumption and export of liquid hydrocarbons in Turkmenistan in 2012-2020, mln. tons per annum
Chart 4-3. Dynamics of Energy Consumption (mln tons of oil equivalent) in 1990-2010
Chart 4-4. Dynamics of Energy Consumption (Mt o.e.) in the key APR countries in 1965-2010.
Chart 4-5. Dynamics of Used Sources of Energy in China in 1957-2010,%
Chart 4-6. The dynamics of gas consumption by India and China, 2005-2011, billion cubic meters
Chart 4-7. Forecast of gas production in Turkmenistan to 2022, bcm per annum
Chart 4-8. Forecast of gas exports from Turkmenistan in 2011-2022, billion cubi meters per year
Table 1-1. Comparison of reserves and production of liquid hydrocarbons and natural gas in Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Russia and Uzbekistan
Table 1-2. Key provisions of development program for Turkmenistan’s oil and gas industry through 2030
Table 1-3. Milestones in the development of Turkmenistans oil and gas industry
Table 1-4. Taxation of Oil and Gas Industry in Turkmenistan
Table 2-1. Recoverable oil and condensate reserves in the Cheleken contract territory
Table 2-2. Primary refining and production of main petroleum products in Turkmenistan, 2005-2012, 000 tons
ble 2-3. Turkmenistans Oil Pipelines: Key Parameters
Table 2-4. State-owned tanker fleet of Turkmenistan, 2012
Table 2-5. Export of oil and condensate from Turkmenistan by route, 2011-2012, mln. tons
Table 2-6. Oil products exports from Turkmenistan, 2001-2012, ‘000 tons
Table 3-1. Initial reserves of Turkmenistans key fields put into production during the Soviet period
Table 3-2. Gas reserves of major onshore fields in Turkmenistan,bcm, 2011
Table 3-3. Turkmenistan's gas processing capacity by key plants, 2012-2020
Table 3-4. Key characteristics of Turkmenistans export gas pipelines
Table 3-4. Planned scopes of gas production by key operators in Turkmenistan, 2012-2022, bcm
Map 2-1. Onshore and offshore projects whith foreign participation in Turkmenistan
Map 2-2. Block-1 contract territory
Map 2-3. Licensing blocks in Turkmenistan’s sector of the Caspian Sea
Map 2-4. Turkmenistans oil pipeline system
Map 3-1. Gas transportation infrastructure from fields in Eastern Turkmenistan
Map 3-2. Geological profile of South Yolotan–Osman fields
Map 3-3. South Yolotan-Osman fields
Map 3-4. Zeagli-Darvaza group fields
Map 3-5. Bagtyiarlyk contract territory
Map 3-6. PSA projects on the Turkmen shelf
Map 3-7. Turkmenistan-China gas pipeline
Map 3-8. Routes of operating gas pipelines
Map 3-9. Bypass pipelines near Khiva
Map 3-10. Pre-Caspian gas pipeline route
Map 3-11. TAPI gas pipeline
Map 3-12. Trans-Caspian gas pipeline

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