October 9, 2008
Kazakhstan Sees No Need to Build Additional Gas Pipelines
Text of report by corporate-owned Russian news agency Interfax
Almaty, 9 October: Kazakhstan sees no need to construct additional gas pipelines in the conditions of limited resources in the country, Deputy Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Lyazzat Kiinov has said.
The existing system in Kazakhstan - "Central Asia - Centre" - should be fully operating, he added.
As you see, "we have no additional gas volumes to move to another system," the deputy minister said.
Originally published by Interfax news agency, Moscow, in Russian 0502 9 Oct 08.
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