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Oil and Gas Industry of Turkmenistan
Oil and Gas Industry of Turkmenistan
Released: February 2009
Language: English, Russian
Quanity: 122 pages
Format: book and CD
Delivery: express shipping (2-4 days)
Price: € 1.990
Oil and Gas Industry of Turkmenistan provides a comprehensive examination of all segments of the oil and gas industries of Turkmenistan
  • upstream (onshore and offshore)
  • transportation
  • refining
Considering Turkmenistan’s significance as a key reserves owner, producer and exporter of natural gas, key features of Oil and Gas Industry of Turkmenistan are:
  • overview of all gas export options (existing and potential)
  • analysis of target markets for exported gas
  • analysis of pipeline economics and gas production potential
Oil and Gas Industry of Turkmenistan is an essential source of analysis and information for:
  • oil and gas companies
  • oilfield service contractors and equipments suppliers
  • construction and engineering companies
  • investment and finance companies
Introduction: Turkmenistan’s Oil and Gas Industry

Chapter 1. Management of the Oil and Gas Industry

1.1. Regulatory Bodies
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

Chapter 2. Turkmenistan’s Oil Industry

2.1. Oil Reserves Base
2.2. Oil Production
2.3. Industry Structure: Producers
2.3.1. Turkmenneft
2.3.2. Projects with Foreign Participation Khazar Nebitdag Cheleken Block-1 Combined Block 11/12 Other Offshore Blocks
2.3.3. Oil Refining
2.3.4. Oil Transportation Infrastructure Pipeline System Sea Terminals Railway Transportation
2.3.5. Exports of Oil and Oil Products Oil Exports Exports of Oil Products

Chapter 3. Turkmenistan’s 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 Dauletabad Malai Garabil-Gurrukbil Right Bank of Amu Darya River South (Gunorta) Yoloten-Osman Yashlar Zeagli-Darvaza
3.4.2. Turkmenneft Korpedzhe Other Fields
3.4.3. Projects with Foreign Operators Bagtiyarlyk (onshore) Nebitdag (onshore) Block-1 (offshore) Cheleken (offshore)
3.5. Gas Processing
3.6. Gas Transportation Infrastructure
3.7. Export pipelines
3.7.1. CAC-1, 2 and 4
3.7.2. CAC-3 (Okarem-Beineu)
3.7.3. Korpedzhe – Kurt-Kui
3.8. Program for Development of Transportation Infrastructure
3.8.1. Existing Infrastructure Turkmenistan (Deryalyk) – Europe Pre-Caspian Gas Pipeline
3.8.2. New Gas Transportation Routes Turkmenistan-China Gas Pipeline Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) Gas Pipeline Trans-Caspian Gas Pipeline
3.8.3. Export Directions: Potential Capacities Northern Export Direction Southern Export Direction Eastern Export Direction Western Export Direction

Chapter 4. Scenarios of Gas Production and Exports from Turkmenistan
4.1. Methodology
4.2. High Scenario
4.2.1. Production
4.2.2. Exports
4.3. Moderate Scenario
4.3.1. Production
4.3.2. Exports
4.4. Low Scenario
4.4.1. Production
4.4.2. Exports
Figure 1. Oil production in Turkmenistan, thousand tons
Figure 2. Oil production at onshore and offshore fields in Turkmenistan, 2008, %
Figure 3. Operators of Turkmenistan’s oil/ oil and gas projects
Figure 4. Gas condensate production by Turkmengas, ‘000 tons
Figure 5. Oil production by Turkmenneft’s production units, ‘000 tons
Figure 6. Oil production at the Khazar contract territory, ’000 tons per
Figure 7. Oil production at the Nebitdag PSA, ‘000 tons
Figure 8. Oil production in the Cheleken contract territory, ‘000 tons
Figure 9. Dragon Oil’s planned investment in 2H 2008 and 2009*, $ million
Figure 10. Liquids production at the Block-1 contract territory, ‘000 tons
Figure 11. Oil Exports from Turkmenistan, million tons
Figure 12. Gas production in Turkmenistan from 1992 to 1999, bcm
Figure 13.Gas production in Turkmenistan from 2000 to 2008, bcm
Figure 14. Turkmenistan’s gas reserves estimates (tcm)
Figure 15. Onshore and offshore gas distribution
Figure 16. Gas production by state concerns, bcm
Figure 17. LPG production at gas processing facilities*, ‘000 tons per year
Figure 18. Gas supplies from Turkmenistan in 2000-2007, bcm
Figure 19. Outlook for gas production in Turkmenistan to 2020, High scenario, bcm
Figure 20. Outlook for gas exports from Turkmenistan 2009–2020, High scenario, bcm
Figure 21. Outlook for gas production in Turkmenistan to 2020, Moderate scenario, bcm
Figure 22. Outlook for gas exports from Turkmenistan in 2009–2020, Moderate scenario, bcm
Figure 23. Outlook for gas production in Turkmenistan to 2020, Low scenario, bcm
Figure 24. Outlook for gas exports from Turkmenistan in 2009–2020, Low scenario, bcm
Table 1. Comparison of reserves and production of liquid hydrocarbons and natural gas in Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Russia and Uzbekistan
Table 2. Key provisions of development program for Turkmenistan’s oil and gas industry through 2030
Table 3. Milestones in the development of Turkmenistan’s oil and gas industry
Table 4. Recoverable oil and condensate reserves in the Cheleken contract territory
Table 5. Primary refining and production of main petroleum products at the Turkmenbashi and Seidi Oil Refineries, ’000 tons
Table 6. Turkmenistan’s Oil Pipelines: Key Parameters
Table 7. Oil products exports from Turkmenistan, ‘000 tons
Table 8. Initial reserves of Turkmenistan’s key fields put into production during the Soviet period
Table 9. Gas reserves of major onshore fields in Turkmenistan (as of the beginning of 2006)
Table 10. Gas reserves estimate for South Yoloten and Yashlar, trillion cubic meters
Table 11. Expected gas production volumes of foreign operators, bcm
Table 12. Key characteristics of Turkmenistan’s export gas pipelines
Table 13. Turkmenistan’s full (hypothetical) levels of gas production and exports, bcm
Table 14. Turkmenistan’s gas balance in 2008-2020. High scenario, bcm
Table 15. Turkmenistan’s gas balance in 2008-2020. Moderate scenario, bcm
Table 16. Turkmenistan’s gas balance in 2008-2020. Low scenario, bcm
Map 1. Block-1 contract territory
Map 2. Licensing blocks in Turkmenistan’s sector of the Caspian Sea
Map 3. Turkmenistan’s oil pipeline system
Map 4. Gas transportation infrastructure from fields in Eastern Turkmenistan
Map 5. Geological profile of South Yoloten – Osman field
Map 6. South Yoloten-Osman field
Map 7. Zeagli-Darvaza group fields
Map 8. Bagtiyarlyk contract territory
Map 9. Routes of operating gas pipelines
Map 10. Bypass pipelines near Khiva
Map 11. Pre-Caspian gas pipeline route
Map 12. Turkmenistan-China gas pipeline
Map 13. TAPI gas pipeline
Map 14. Trans-Caspian gas pipeline


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