Desalination plant to be constructed in Kazakhstan's semi-desert zone
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Jan. 10
By Nargiz Sadikhova - Trend:
A desalination plant with capacity of 50,000 cubic meters a day will be constructed in Kazakhstan’s Mangystau region at the territory of Kenderli recreation area, Trend reports with reference to Kazakhstan’s KazMunayGas National Company.
The corresponding memorandum on understanding and cooperation was signed between Ozenmunaigas, KMG Engineering companies and akimat (administrative center) of Zhanaozen city in the Mangystau region.
Memorandum oversees changes to the feasibility studies for the construction of the plant developed by KMG Engineering.
Following the memorandum signing, the terms of reference for water quality that met the requirements and standards for a long-term supply of drinking water to Zhanaozen residents have been changed.
The plant will be constructed in Mangystau region, where the water supply issue is particularly relevant, as the region is located in a semi-desert zone, and region’s water resources are limited.
Ozenmunaigas and KMG Engineering are subsidiary companies of Kazakhstan’s KazMunayGas.
KazMunayGas National Company is Kazakhstan's national operator for exploration, production, refining and transportation of hydrocarbons, representing the state in Kazakhstan's petroleum sector.
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