Nebitdag

Nebitdag

or

Nebit-Dag

(both: nyĭbēt`däk), city (1989 pop. 89,100), W Turkmenistan, at the southern foot of the Greater Balkan range. On the Trans-Caspian RR, it is an industrial center of a region yielding oil and natural gas. The city was founded in 1933 and was called Nefte-Dag until the late 1930s.

Nebitdag

 

(also Neftedag), a mountain in the Turkmen SSR, southwest of the Bol’shoi Balkhan Range. Elevation, 39 m. Nebitdag is a brachyanticlinal (domed) fold composed of porous red Neogenic rocks with oil-bearing beds. Oil is extracted nearby.

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The agreement was also signed on joint operation of the Eni-Turkmenistan Limited and State Concern Turkmennebit on the Nebitdag oil field (operated by Eni), the act on assignment of the stake in the production sharing agreement and addition to the production sharing agreement extending the term of operation of the Eni on the Nebitdag field for another 10 years.
There are special oil pumps made in Finland and Germany at the Barsagelmez, Nebitdag, Goturdep fields.
In Turkmenistan, Mobil has interests in the onshore Nebitdag and Garashsyzlyk PSAs.
It lies immediately adjacent to the Nebitdag concession, which is now producing oil for export and in which Mobil has a 40 percent interest.