Development of the Kandym group of fields is one of the Company's top priority projects. The key facility of the Kandym project is 8 bcmpa gas processing complex, one of the largest in Central Asia. The complex was designed for gas desulfurization and production of marketable gas, stable gas condensate, and marketable sulfur.
LLC LUKOIL Uzbekistan Operating Company and National Holding Company Uzbekneftegaz.
The Group’s profit share is 90%.
Share of National Holding Company Uzbekneftegaz is 10%.
Type of agreement: PSA, exploration and production (gas).
Agreement signed in 2004.
Agreement effective till 2046.
The contract, signed in 2004, provides for the development of the Khauzak and Shady blocks of the Dengizkul and Kandym group fields. The contract area is 431 sq. km.
The construction of the Kandym Gas Processing Complex was completed exactly two years since its start and eight months ahead of the schedule set by the President of Uzbekistan.
The plant has a total annual capacity of 8 bcm and consists of two process lines, 4 bcm each. The plant’s infrastructure includes external power and water supply facilities, a gas production and gathering system, and an export gas pipeline, as well as a field camp, a fire station, and other infrastructure.
The Kandym group of gas fields consists of 6 separate gas condensate areas (Kandym, Kuvachi-Alat, Akkum, Parsankul, Khodzhi, West Khodzhi) and is located in Karakul District of Bukhara Oblast, near the Turkmen border.
Today LUKOIL has commissioned a Gas Processing Complex at the Kandym fields cluster in Uzbekistan. The construction of the Kandym Gas Processing Complex was completed exactly two years since its start and eight months ahead of the schedule. The official opening ceremony was attended by the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev, Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation Aleksander Novak and the President of PJSC "LUKOIL" Vagit Alekperov.
of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Merziyoyev received President of LUKOIL
Vagit Alekperov. They discussed implementation of LUKOIL’s
current projects in Uzbekistan and prospects for broader cooperation. Special
attention was paid to progress in the construction of a gas-processing works in
Kandym and to the implementation of the project dubbed Full Development of