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Atasu

 

an urban-type settlement, the administrative center of Zhanaarka Raion, Karaganda Oblast, Kazakh SSR, on the Sarysu River, with a railroad station (Zhanaarka) on the Zharyk-Dzhezkazgan line. Population, 16,400 (1968). Iron ore is mined for the Karaganda metallurgical plants. There is a people’s theater.

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As a result, the salaries of the underground coal miners of the ArcelorMittal Temirtau and iron ore miners of the Atasu LLP Orken were raised by 30% plus wage indexation of 3.
As for its further transport over-land, KMG proposed a Kazakhstan-China system to include the crude oil pipeline from the Kazakh point of Atasu to China's Alashankou, and a gas pipeline.
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For example, when the 960-kilometer pipeline connecting Atasu in Kazakhstan to the Alatau Pass in Xinjiang was opened in May 2006, the deputy general manager of the China Petroleum Exploration and Development Company observed that the new line would reduce China's dependence on the Strait of Malacca, through which 80 percent of China's oil imports had been flowing.
Erendiz Atasu in her book "The Other Side of the Mountain" describes her experience living in two worlds: England and Turkey.
Three years ago Atasu was connected to the Kenkiyak hub of fields in western Kazakhstan with 1,100 km of pipelines, effectively crossing the entire vast central Asian nation.
En efecto, el oleoducto Rusia-Kazajstan-China, que une Omsk (Rusia), Pavlodar y Atasu (Kazajstan) con Alashankou (China) (15), y que a su vez conecta con los mencionados yacimientos de Aktobe y Kumkol, se veria muy potenciado con la puesta en funcionamiento de Kashagan, lo que beneficiaria no solo al propio Kazajstan sino tambien al destinatario ultimo, es decir China.
Sylvia Atasu, aged 66, was last seen on November 21 when she was visited at her Wood Lane home in Willenhall by health workers.
The easternmost part of the pipeline, running 988 kilometers from Atasu in Kazakhstan to Alashankou at the Chinese border, was completed at the end of 2005 and became operational in May 2006 with a total investment of just under $800 million (Liao 2006, 62-68).
This dependence also has been lessened somewhat by construction of a 597-mile oil pipeline from Atasu in central Kazakhstan to the Xinjiang region of China.