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Ustyurt

(o͝ost'yo͞ort`), desert plateau, c.62,000 sq mi (160,600 sq km), Central Asia, between the Caspian and Aral seas. It rises to between c.490 and 980 ft (150–300 m). It occupies the southern part of Kazakhstan, the northern part of the Karakalpakstan Republic, and Turkmenistan. Its seminomadic population raises sheep, goats, and camels. The name is sometimes spelled Ust Urt.

Ustyurt

, Ust Urt
an arid plateau in central Asia, between the Caspian and Aral seas in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. Area: about 238 000 sq. km (92 000 sq. miles)
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This should supply about 3 BCM/y of gas to the Ustyurt Gas-Chemical Complex.
The agreement between the CNPC's China National Corporation for Exploration and Development of Oil and Gas (CNODC) and UNG for exploration in five blocks within the Ustyurt, Bukhara-Khiva and Fergana oil and gas region, was signed in June 2006.
This, as well as the Ustyurt plateau and the Aral Sea, has being explored further.
First, companies which conduct exploratory work in the Ustyurt region (and possibly others) may be granted newly discovered oil and gas deposits for a period of up to 25 years with a "right to prolong the development period.
1 billion 10,000 b/d 2003: (Burren Energy) barrels 12,000 b/d Uzbekistan Central Ustyurt 2006: And Southwest Being Developed 2,600 b/d Gissar 71 bcf (Trinity Energy) Source: US Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, December 2004, "Caspian Sea Region," Country Analysis Brief, Washington, D.
Tremendous scientific and cultural interest are present by the monuments of ancient Mangyshlak and Ustyurt, and other memorable sites evoking Kazakh epos.
KBR announced that it will provide an integrated technology, engineering, procurement and construction support solution for Uz-Kor Gas Chemical's flexible feed, 400,000 metric ton per year ethylene plant in the Ustyurt region of Uzbekistan, the first ethylene plant based on KBR's license in Uzbekistan.
A consortium of Korean firms led by KOGAS will continue the construction of the Ustyurt gas-chemical complex with a net price of $4.
Samsung Engineering, GS Engineering is general contractor of construction of the Ustyurt Gas Chemical Complex, which started in 2011.
01% owned Gazprom unit, to develop the Shakhpakhty gas/condensate field in the North Ustyurt Basin.
The $400m project entailed development of eight fields in the central Ustyurt and South-West Gissar regions.
9 billion worth project for construction of the Ustyurt GCC at Surgil field, some $150 million worth project to develop the Sautbay tungsten deposit, some $70 million worth project to create a textile complex in the Tashkent province are among the major investment projects implemented jointly with the South Korean companies.