Key developments in Q4 2014:
JOGMEC Targeted For GTL Investment
Uzbekistan hopes to attract Japan Oil Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC) for the construction of a GTL-plant for production of synthetic fuel in the country's Kashkadarya province. JOGMEC expects to finalise its participation in the construction of the plant either through technological assistance or investments, by the end of summer of 2014. This comes after state-owned holding company Uzbekneftegaz, South African energy and chemical company Sasol and Malaysian state-owned oil company Petronas signed an agreement in November 2009 to set-up a joint venture named Uzbekistan GTL for the plant's construction.
Uzbekneftegaz W ants To Increase Gas Output To 66bcm By 2020
In May 2014, chairman of the board at Uzbekistan's state-owned oil and gas company Uzbekneftegaz Shokir Faizullaev said that the country wanted to increase its natural gas output to 66bcm by 2020, up...
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Uzbekistan's gas sector is expected to continue its expansion with the production and export figures rising over the forecast period to 2023. However, the country's oil sector is set to remain on a downward slope rendering the country increasingly more dependent on refined-fuels imports and subjecting it to potential shortages.