Kazakhstan to cut gas exports by 2 bcm to meet domestic needs

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Thu, 2022-06-09 17:59

NUR-SULTAN: Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev ordered his government on Thursday to ensure that domestic sales of natural gas are increased by 2 billion cubic meters a year at the expense of exports and in order to cut coal consumption, according to Reuters.

It was unclear whether the move would affect supplies to China, the main buyer of Kazakh gas, or Russia, and when exactly it would take effect.

Tokayev instructed officials that the additional sales must come from the Chevron-led giant Tengiz oil and gas field.

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