Kazakhstan PM held meeting with Chevron representatives
Astana. September 21. Kazakhstan Today - The Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Karim Masimov held the meeting with the representatives of Chevron company headed by the chairman of the board of directors and the Executive Director of the corporation David J. O'Reilly, the agency reports referring to the Kazakhstan PM press service. "The Prime Minister highly estimated the activity of Chevron corporation in Kazakhstan that covers all parts of oil business from geological exploration and oil extraction up to processing, transportation and realization of mineral oil," the message widespread by the press service states. In his turn, David J. O'Reilly thanked Kazakhstan leadership for supported and close cooperation. "We are grateful for stability of the signed contracts and strict execution of the stipulated conditions," O'Reilly emphasized. According to the press service, during the meeting the interlocutors "discussed questions of development of the Kazakhstan deposits, prospects of expansion of oil pipeline of the Caspian pipeline consortium and participation of the corporation in creating the Kazakhstan Caspian system of transportation of oil and other infrastructural projects."
Resourse: Kazakhstan Today