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By James P. Dorian (auth.), James P. Dorian, Pavel A. Minakir, Vitaly T. Borisovich (eds.)

The former Soviet Union possessed a number of the world's greatest reserves of strength and mineral assets. With the dissolution of the rustic in 1991, the previous Soviet republics at the moment are exercise entire keep watch over over their mining industries. the hot Commonwealth of self sustaining States (CIS) involves numerous new countries, well-endowed in hydrocarbons, metals, and commercial fabrics; efforts are actually underway to spice up improvement actions and allure overseas funding. Commonwealth contributors at the present time are enforcing guidelines to manage power and mineral improvement and improve monetary growth.
This publication offers a entire review of the strength and minerals industries of the CIS and different former Soviet republics open air the Commonwealth. customers for foreign cooperation and exchange in hydrocarbons, metals, and nonmetals are tested, as are possibilities for joint ventures and know-how transfers in mining. fiscal family members among the CIS and several other Asian countries also are analyzed. participants to the ebook from through the Commonwealth, Asia, Europe, and North the USA have a wide selection of backgrounds within the strength and mineral fields, together with executive, academia, and industry.

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The development of electric power in Tajikistan is to be based on new hydropower stations constructed on the Vakhsh River, as well as on a number of coal-fired power stations to be commissioned. 4 billion kwh in 2010. 5-fold increase in power consumption in the republic, but will necessitate energy imports as well at levels of six to eight billion kwh. The amount of proved energy reserves in Uzbekistan is estimated at 3,500 million tonnes. Two-thirds of these resources are represented by natural gas.

5 bcm. 5 percent of its recovery of natural gas. 3 percent of the republic's gas reserves. 2 percent. 1 percent are exhausted. 8 bcm. During the Twelfth Five-Year Plan (1986-1990), output continued in all fields operated during the preceding Eleventh Five¥ear Plan (1981-1985), including the Bagadja and Sovetobad fields. The Bagadja field yielded an output of 230 million cubic meters (mmcm) in 1990. Large quantities of Turkmenistan's recovered gas were transported to the central regions within the former Soviet Union by the "Central Asia-Center" pipeline.

Seismic exploration is to continue in these areas through 1995, followed by more environmentally sound drilling activities from 1996 onward. In addition, a new oil-rich region has been discovered in the SouthTurgay Depression that, in turn, may increase the republic's potential, particularly in Kazakhstan's southern regions. 7 times, respectively, the 1990 levels. ) In 2010, 32 bcm of gas will be processed in Kazakhstan, or 68 percent of the expected gas production. Twenty billion cubic meters of this will be associated gas from the Tenghiz field, and 10 bcm will be Karachaganak natural gas.

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