The government of Kazakhstan and the consortium AGIP KCO have recently signed in Astana agreements that dot the I’s and cross the T’s in the difficult negotiations on Kashagan that lasted almost a year and a half. The First Vice-President of the national company KazMunaiGas (KMG), Maksat Idenov, has explained the agreements achieved in an interview to New Europe correspondent in Astana Kulpash Konyrova.
Eighteen months ago, when serious problems arose with the implementation of the ...

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