Russian company wins tender for gas turbine engine overhaul in Turkmenistan
Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, Aug. 16
By Huseyn Hasanov– Trend:
Russian engineering company KER-holding, which is based in Russia's Tatarstan Republic, has won an international tender for the overhaul of eleven gas turbine engines of Turkmenistan's Turkmengaz state concern.
KER-Holding implements the whole range of work on the management of engineering, supply and construction in the energy sector, petrochemicals and oil refining, metallurgy, machine building and the oil and gas industry.
Turkmengaz is the largest industrial and economic complex in Turkmenistan. The main activity of the concern is the development, production of natural gas and gas condensate from fields on the territory of Turkmenistan, preparation and processing, as well as the transportation of natural gas to domestic consumers and for export.
The structural divisions of the concern include drilling enterprises, gas producing enterprises, a gas transportation association, association of a natural gas supply to the population of Turkmenistan, a geophysical survey unit, as well as auxiliary units for automation and telemechanics.
The concern's units operate more than 30 large gas condensate fields in Turkmenistan, such as Dovletabat, Shatlyk, Malay, Kerpichli, Garashsyzlygyn 10 yyllygy, Gazlydepe, Bagaja, Garabil, Gurrukbil, and a group of reserves in the Central Karakum, including the largest Galkynysh deposit. Along with increasing natural gas production and expanding the pipeline network, Turkmengaz State Concern has begun developing the country's gas chemical industry to ensure deeper and more comprehensive processing of natural gas.