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Ada

 
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(As of December 2014)

Phase Block Operator Reporting to Gov. Korea’s Share (%) KNOC’s Share (%) Korean Participants
Production Ada KNOC May 2012 75 40 LG International
 
Ada is an onshore block in Aktyubinsk, popularly known as Aktobe, Kazakhstan. KNOC entered into the block by purchasing 22.5% of interest at end-2005, which rose to 40% in June 2009. After beginning pilot production in July 2009, KNOC signed a production agreement in April 2013. As of early 2015, daily production stood at 4,200 barrels.
Department Contacts Updated
Department : Production Management Contacts : +82)52-216-3667 Updated : 2015-04-30
 

Zhambyl

(As of December 2014)

Phase Block Operator Reporting to Gov. Korea’s Interest (%) KNOC’s Interest (%) Korean Participants
Exploration Zhambyl Joint operation with KMG Mar. 2005 27 9.45 SK Innovation Hyundai Hysco LG International Aju Corporation Daesung Industrial DSME Samsung C&T
 
Zhambyl is a 2,000-square-kilometer offshore block located in the Kazakh sector of the Caspian Sea. KNOC and seven other Korean companies entered into the block by purchasing interest from KazMunayGas (KMG, Kazakhstan’s national oil company) in January 2009. KNOC has 9.45% of total interest, which translates into 35% that of the Korean consortium which owns 27%. Exploration which began in April 2008 is expected to end in April 2016. The first and secondary exploratory drillings took place in 2013 and 2014, respectively.
Department Contacts Updated
Department : Exploration Business Contacts : +82)52-216-3150 Updated : 2015-04-30
 

KNOC Caspian

(As of December 2014)

Phase Block Operator Reporting to Gov. Korea’s Share (%) KNOC’s Share (%) Korean Participants
Production Arystan Kulzhan KNOC Dec. 2009 85 85 -
 
KNOC acquired Arystan and Kulzhan, which were in the development and exploration phases, respectively, by purchasing KNOC Caspian (formerly known as Sumbe) with a working interest of 85% in December, 2009. Production contracts were drawn up in November, 2012 for Kulzhan and in April, 2014 for Arystan. Combined daily production stood at 9,000 barrels at end-2014.
Department Contacts Updated
Department : Production Management Contacts : +82)52-216-3655 Updated : 2015-04-30
 

Altius

(As of December 2014)

Phase Block Operator Reporting to Gov. Korea’s Share (%) KNOC’s Share (%) Korean Participants
Production Akzhar Besbolek Karataikyz Alimbai KNOC Mar. 2011 95% 95% -
 
In March 2011, KNOC purchased Canadian Altius Holding Inc. which owns three production blocks-Akzhar, Besbolek, and Karataikyz-and an exploration block-Alimbai-in Kazakhstan. Alimbai’s status was converted into production block in January 2014. Currently, daily production from the four blocks reaches 8,200 barrels.
Department Contacts Updated
Department : Production Management Contacts : +82)52-216-3669 Updated : 2015-04-30
 

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