PHOTOGRAPHIC REPORT: Prime Minister Karim Massimov visits Atyrau region

09 August 2016, 01:39
Atyrau Region
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On  the instruction of the Head of State, Prime Minister Karim Massimov paid a working visit to Atyrau region to get acquainted with the socio-economic situation in the region.

Particular attention in the program of the trip was paid to the industrial-innovative development, oil and gas infrastructure, as well as prospects for the development of fisheries.

 

On the instruction of the Head of State on ensuring a high level of safety of strategic facilities, Prime Minister checked the Atyrau airport security system.

The Prime Minister visited the Kashagan oil field, in particular, the production facility on the island "D".

The Prime Minister got acquainted with the construction of a residential complex "Zheruyik". The construction is financed by the Regional Development Program until 2020 and is being implemented with the support of JSC "Real Estate Fund" Samruk-Kazyna ". The program is primarily aimed at improving the quality of life.

Karim Masimov familiarized with the work of the State Corporation "Government for citizens". The project was launched in the framework of the Plan of the nation "100 concrete steps". The "Government for Citizens" was created to provide the public with more rapid, transparent and comfortable services.

During his visit to the commodity-sturgeon farm LLP «Caspian Royal Fish» The Prime Minister instructed the company to produce up to 5 tonnes of marketable fish and at least 200 kilograms of food sturgeon caviar by the end of this year. The development of the fishing industry is an important area of the real sector of the Kazakh economy.

Karim Massimov visited the plant on production of drilling equipment LLP "Zhigermunayservis". The plant's products meet the high standards, which increases local content in Kazakhstan Oilfield Services

Prime Minister Karim Massimov has familiarized with the modernization of the Atyrau refinery. After the modernization of Atyrau refinery, the processing capacity of crude oil will incrase and reach 5.5 million tons per year.

The Prime Minister instructed to establish two working groups to deal with problematic issues in the field of oilfield services.