French Company Signs Contract With Karachaganak Consortium

Technip Energies NV, a French engineering and technology company in the energy sector, has entered into a five-year service agreement with Karachaganak Petroleum Operating B.V. (KPO) to develop the Karachaganak field in northwest Kazakhstan.

According to representatives of Technip, the agreement covers a wide range of services, from consulting and conceptualization to detailed design of facilities and infrastructure.

The project will be implemented through the joint venture TKJV LLP, created by Technip Energies in cooperation with the Kazakh company KPSP.

Technip Energies is already engaged in projects in Kazakhstan, including the production of “green hydrogen” (Hyrasia One) and the construction of a gas processing plant at Kashagan.

Earlier, Kazakhstan’s energy minister, Almasadam Satkaliyev, announced the implementation of investment projects to expand Karachaganak. These projects are planned until 2028 and will maintain the production shelf at 11 million tons annually.