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Azerbaijan-Kazakhstan-Turkmenistan cooperation may be basis of joint market policy

Oil&Gas Materials 26 May 2011 18:56
The common energy space formed by Astana, Minsk and Moscow today is the most striking example of cooperation in the CIS, but not unique.
Azerbaijan-Kazakhstan-Turkmenistan cooperation may be basis of joint
market policy

Kazakhstan, Astana, May 26 / Trend A. Maratov /

The common energy space formed by Astana, Minsk and Moscow today is the most striking example of cooperation in the CIS, but not unique, head of the Samruk Kazyna National Welfare Fund Timur Kulibayev said, KazEnergy reported.

"Kazakhstan cooperates with Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan in the development of export infrastructure," Kulibayev said. "This partnership may become the basis for a joint market-based policy."

Kulibayev recalled that Kazakhstan has become the owner of the Batumi port. It actively exports hydrocarbons from Kazakhstan and other countries of the region.

Moreover, Kazakhstan acts on the gas distribution market of Georgia, owning KazTransGas-Tbilisi Company.

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