Tengizchevroil (TSHO) has agreed with 79 companies from Kazakhstan to deliver various products for their manufacture. All companies have fallen into the list of TSHO suppliers, Bekturgenev, chairman of the National Agency for Development of Local Content (NADLoC), said on April 13, 2015.
He said the Kazakhstan government and Tengizchevroil company have concluded an agreement to increase a local share in the project up to 44%.
In particular, the agreement has been achieved with Yersay company to deliver about 56,000 tons metal constructions. Belkamit company will deliver thick-walled vessels.
Bekturgenev said that the volume of deliveries of this product is also rather big. NADLoC chairman assured that the work in this direction will be continued.
Bekturgenev also reminded that at present Kazakhstan has the electronic system of register of goods and services used during the operations on use of bowels of earth and their manufacturers. He added if previously local manufacturers had no open access to the acquisitions of users of bowels of earth, but now such a possibility has been create.
NADLoC chairman said the system has already registered 679 companies- users of bowels of earth and contractors and over 24,000 suppliers and over 202,000 acquisitions have been made. The portal receives over 100,000 customers a day, added Bekturgenev.
It was announced in February 2015 that the Kazakhstan authorities, which have planned expansion of Tengizchevroil, are going to reduce cost of the future expansion of the company.
The project of the TSHO expansion envisages construction of a new system of the oil and gas collection, the objects of commercial pressure, infrastructure and auxiliary objects.
The new oil refinery with the capacity of 12 million tons a year and the objects of a reverse crude gas with the capacity of 9.4 billion cub.m. a year on the Tengiz field. After implementation of the project annual volume of oil production on TSHO will increase from 26.5 million to 38.6 million tons a year. Cost of the project implementation is planned to be $38 billion, the cost of expansion – $14 billion, cost of the objects of wellhead pressure management – $22.4 billion, the costs for drilling and preparation of sites – $1.9 billion. As a part of the projects over 20,000 qualified work places will be created, which envisages training of staff.