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Oil and gas jobs in Kazakhstan

Posted by on May 21, 2016 – 09:34 pm

Oil and gas jobs in Kazakhstan

Education : Civil Law; Maritime Law; Litigation Procedure Law; Construction Law and the Law on International Jurisdiction Issues or Quantity Surveyor or Engineer with a Bsc in Engineering and extensive background in contract administration Experience : Minimum 8 years post qualification work within construction field or 10 years as a contracts manager with an engineering background or quantity surveying background Main skills : UK construction law, international law and arbitration law with special knowledge of FIDIC, civil engineering. Bonus would…

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Kazakhstan oil production

Posted by on May 15, 2016 – 09:05 pm

Kazakhstan oil production

By Elena Kosolapova – Trend: Kazakhstan’s oil production is projected to decrease by 20, barrels per day in 2015 to average 1.62 million barrels per day, OPEC says in its October oil market report. In its September oil market report, OPEC predicted that Kazakhstan’s oil production will decrease by 10, barrels per day in 2015. OPEC said that Kazakhstan’s August output declined compared to July by a steep 86, barrels per day to 1.51 million barrels per day, the lowest level since October 2014. This was due to a 0.1 million barrel per day decline…

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Kazakhstan women

Posted by on May 5, 2016 – 08:29 pm

Kazakhstan women

The World Needs TO Know About Beautiful Kazakhstani Women Kazakhstan is the 9th largest country and the world’s largest landlocked nation. It is primarily a Muslim country and its people are known to be the most hospitable and tolerant of all foreigners. There is not a big heavy tourist movement in Kazakhstan yet, maybe that is due to the fact that it used to be a nuclear dumping ground when it was part of the Soviet regime. However, Kazakhstan has many forests and terrains that have yet to be touched by man. The place is absolutely stunning. As…

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Kazakhstan Division 1

Posted by on May 1, 2016 – 08:20 pm

Kazakhstan Division 1

The number of foreign players is restricted to three per team. A team can use all of them on the field in each game. In bold: Players that have been capped for their national team. League table [edit] Source: Soccerway (Russian) Rules for classification: 1st points; Two team tiebreak: 1st overall wins; 2nd head-to-head record; 3rd goals difference; 4th goals scored; 5th away goals scored; Multiple teams tiebreak: 1st overall wins; 2nd goals difference; 3rd goals scored; 4th away goals scored (C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) =…

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Caspian Sea, Kazakhstan

Posted by on April 19, 2016 – 07:42 pm

Caspian Sea, Kazakhstan

Caspian Sea washes the western part of Kazakhstan. The name of the Sea is connected with the Caspii tribes who had settled shores from time immemorial. It had had such names as Girkanskoye, Khazarskoye, Khvalynskoye. The first mentions about Caspian Sea and its tribes were in the works of Gerodot. The document about the Russian navigators’ visit of Caspian Sea and theirs boating is dated back to IX-X centuries. At the beginning of XV century Peter-I had begun the constant research of the Caspian Sea (expeditions of Bekovich-Cherkasky A. and others)…

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Indians in Kazakhstan

Posted by on April 7, 2016 – 07:13 pm

Indians in Kazakhstan

Alamy Originally from Birmingham and part of a very traditional family, I ve been fortunate enough to develop a career in the construction industry and work for a company that has embraced my enthusiasm and ambition. The 15 months I spent as a project manager working for Turner & Townsend in Atyrau, Kazakhstan was nothing short of amazing and a real test of my confidence and resilience. Turner & Townsend knew I wanted to work overseas and, in March 2011, when I was asked to be part of a new office in Atyrau, Kazakhstan, my first…

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US Consulate in Kazakhstan

Posted by on April 5, 2016 – 07:03 pm

US Consulate in Kazakhstan

A visa is issued by a U.S. Embassy or Consulate. A visa entitles the holder to travel to the United States and apply for admission. It does not guarantee entry. An immigration inspector at the port of entry determines the visa holder s eligibility for admission into the United States and their length of stay. Who needs a visa? Kazakhstani citizens, like citizens of most countries, require a visa to enter the United States. Citizens of certain countries may enter the United States without a visa if they are traveling for pleasure, business or in…

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South oil Kazakhstan

Posted by on March 30, 2016 – 06:50 pm

South oil Kazakhstan

South Korean President Lee Myung-bak is currently visiting Kazakhstan. In one result of Lee’s visit, South Korea and Kazakhstan have signed agreements for two $4 billion projects to build a thermal power plant and a petrochemical complex in the Central Asian nation. Under the terms of an inter-government agreement signed during President Lee s state visit, South Korea is guaranteed 70 percent stake in a $4 billion project to build a coal-fired power plant in the southern city of Balkhash, the United Arab Emirates Wakalat Anba’a al-Emarat news agency…

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Healthcare in Kazakhstan

Posted by on March 20, 2016 – 06:03 pm

Healthcare in Kazakhstan

299, 5 billion tenge are provided for the Kazakhstan healthcare sector in the Republican budget in 2009, 411, 6 billion tenge in 2010 and 368, 9 billion tenge in 2011. Annually Government invests 25-30 billion tenge for purchase of medical equipment. Government is the principal customer of medicines on the market. 70 billion tenge were given for medicines purchasing from the Republican budget in 2009. In comparison with 2008, total purchase amount was 55 billion tenge. 1054 hospitals and 3720 short-stay clinics operate in the Republic. The number…

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Holidays Kazakhstan

Posted by on February 27, 2016 – 05:01 pm

Holidays Kazakhstan

Cycling Holidays in Kazakhstan (9 days) | Caravanistan

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Kazakhstan top 5 cities

Posted by on February 25, 2016 – 04:48 pm

Kazakhstan top 5 cities

Located in the north-central region at the heart of Kazakhstan’s vast Steppe, Astana is Kazakhstan’s shiny, newly-built capitol city. The new city is an example of an effort to encapsulate and symbolize the dreams of a new nation. Almost every public building is a symbol for what the nation hopes to become and a study in these symbols can be interesting in its own right. A Short Rant: If I were to be completely honest, I would tell you that Astana is my least favorite place in Kazakhstan. There are many reasons for my low opinion (some of them even…

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Rio Tinto Kazakhstan

Posted by on December 22, 2015 – 01:20 pm

Rio Tinto Kazakhstan

By Aynur Karimova The UK-based Rio Tinto mining company has started the exploration of copper-porphyry ores in Kazakhstan, Kazgeology Joint Stock Company reported. The exploration of porphyry copper ores on the Korgantas area in the Karaganda region is carried out through the investments and new technologies of the Rio Tinto Company. In July of this year, an airborne geophysical survey was conducted there and preliminary results have already been obtained. Currently, ground geological surveys are being carried out in the site. According to the…

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Semey, Kazakhstan

Posted by on March 30, 2015 – 02:41 pm

Semey, Kazakhstan

Though sadly best known to the world for the Soviet nuclear-testing ground nearby, the Polygon, Semey (formerly Semipalatinsk), has an unusually rich cultural heritage that makes it one of Kazakhstan s most interesting provincial cities. Founded in 1718 as a Russian fortification against the Zhungars, it stands 200km down the Irtysh from Ust-Kamenogorsk, in the heartland of the Kazakh Middle Horde, noted for their eloquence and intellect. The area has produced several major Kazakh writers and teachers, notably the national poet Abay Kunanbaev (1845–1904)…

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Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Cup

Posted by on February 19, 2015 – 05:54 pm

Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Cup

Gornyak Rudny surprisingly won 2015 edition of Kazakhstan Cup beating 2-1 Arlan Kokshetau in the final played at Burabai Arena. It s the second trophy for Rudny team after the Cup won in 2009-10. Beybarys Atyrau won the bronze medal defeating 5-1 Nomad Astana. The individual awards: Best goalie: Stepan Goryachevskikh (Arlan) Best defender: Georgi Dulnev (Beybarys) Best forward: Igor Cherkasov (Gornyak) Best young player: Ivan Stepanenko (Nomad) Cup holder and national champion Ertis Pavlodar was awarded a 5-0 forfeit loss in the last match of Kazakhstan…

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Kazakhstan glyphs

Posted by on January 5, 2015 – 09:13 am

Kazakhstan glyphs

More than 50 geoglyphs, including one shaped like a swastika, have been discovered in northern Kazakhstan. Credit: Image copyright DigitalGlobe, courtesy Google Earth More than 50 geoglyphs with various shapes and sizes, including a massive swastika, have been discovered across northern Kazakhstan in Central Asia, say archaeologists. Discovered using Google Earth, the geoglyphs are designed in a variety of geometric shapes, including squares, rings, crosses and swastikas (the swastika is a design that was used in ancient times). Ranging from 90…

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