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Almaty to discuss "reassessment of gas reserves"

Problems and prospects in the areas of gas production, gas processing and gas distribution in Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, industry experts will be able to discuss at the Central Asian Gas Forum, which will be held on 26 and 27 in Almaty in June. In addition to the countries of Central Asia, representatives of the gas industries of Azerbaijan, Iran, China, Russia, India, EU countries, etc. will take part in the forum. In total, more than 200 delegates were announced.

Participants of the event will share their views on the raw material potential of Central Asian countries, talk about the Chinese factor in the implementation of Central Asia’s gas strategies and its role in European gas markets, and assess the future of trans-Asian gas pipelines.

One of the central topics of the Forum will be the impact of the “revaluation of reserves” on the gas policy of the countries of the Central Asian region. In 2013, BP analysts conducted a study that showed that there is less gas in Central Asian countries than previously announced. Using a more modern European measurement system for calculations, BP researchers "lowered" the gas reserves of Turkmenistan - from 24,3 to 17,5 trillion cubic meters, Kazakhstan - from 1,9 trillion cubic meters to 1,3 trillion.

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