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Oil & Gas Turkmenistan will bring together senior government ministers, top-level executives from Turkmenistan's national companies and international business representatives.

Advancement of the oil and gas industry is one of the main policy priorities for the country. Sustainable development of Turkmenistan's natural resources, investment in infrastructure and the petrochemical industry are vital to the continued growth of economy. Effective implementation of this policy is closely correlated to regional and international cooperation as well as establishment of mutually-beneficial partnerships between the public and private sectors, and will also facilitate an increase in oil and gas production for the needs of the domestic market as well as open up new avenues for export.

The advancement of oil, gas and chemical industry of Turkmenistan requires large-scale capital investment in existing fields and prospective reserves. It is necessary to high light one reserve, Gelkynish, the second largest gas deposit in theworld. According to the latest audit data, Gelkynish contains 26.2 trillion cubic meters of gas, making Turkmenistan one of the world'sleading hydro carbon powers. Viable development of Gelkynish is conditional upon attracting global cutting edge technology and know-how in order to secure the field's significance for the future of Turkmenistan and its people.

 

Date of Event: 20-21 November 2018

Location: Ashgabat, Turkmenistan 

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