Oil and gas complex of Kazakhstan: Status quo and prospects of development
The paper considers the current state of the oil and gas complex of Kazakhstan taking into account the forecast estimates of oil and gas content of the Kazakhstan shelf of the Caspian Sea. The interdependence of the increased oil extraction and the changed condition of the social sphere both in the country and across oil producing regions is analyzed. Possible ways to improve the efficiency in the functioning of the oil and gas complex and, accordingly, of macro economic indicators of the economy of Kazakhstan achieved through rational and comprehensive use of oil and gas resources are substantiated.
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Volume (Year): 1 (2006)
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