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Aktöbe

or

Aktyubinsk:

see AqtöbeAqtöbe
or Aktöbe
, formerly Aktyubinsk
, city (1993 est. pop. 264,000), NW Kazakhstan, on the Ilek River and the Kazalinsk RR. Aqtöbe has an important ferroalloy plant and chromium complex based on nearby ore deposits; other industries include
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, Kazakhstan.
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Saiga corpses cleaning in Kostanay and Aktobe regions have completed.
In February 2008, CNPC-AMG completed construction of the first line of the third Zhanazhol gas processing plant in Aktobe.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide said it has signed an agreement with Akcept Contraction to open Sheraton Aktobe, the first internationally-branded hotel in the rapidly emerging province of Aktobe in Kazakhstan next year.
The ACCESSNET[R]-T IP TETRA radio system will be used for the Kandyagash - Nikaltau railway line in the north of the province of Aktobe (Oblast Aktjubinskaja) alongside the rail track of 150 km length to replace an existing analogue radio system.
The blast came just days after a suicide bombing outside the headquarters of the security service in the northwestern Kazakh city of Aktobe on May 17, which wounded three people including a member of the security services.
To date, 23 projects worth KZT 35 billion have been launched - including four in the Aqmola Oblast, four in the Aktobe Oblast, two in the Almaty Oblast, and another three in the East Kazakhstan Oblast.
Asia Sixth currently owns 10% direct and 50% indirect equity interests in Aral Petroleum Capital LLP of Kazakhstan, which has (1) a subsurface use right for exploration of crude oil in the Northern Block in Aktobe Oblast of Kazakhstan pursuant to the Exploration Contract; and (2) a subsurface use right for production of crude oil in the East Zhagabulak field in Aktobe Oblast for a term of 25 years commencing from 28 July 2010 pursuant to the Production Contract.
KazMunaiGas Exploration Production (KMG EP) announced yesterday (12 July) that the company has reached an agreement with its parent company, National Company KazMunayGas (NC KMG owns approximately 63% of KMG EP) to acquire 50% of Kazakhoil Aktobe, 51% of Kazakturkmunai, and 50% of Mangistau Investments.
NK Gorica (Slovenia), Apollon Limassol (Cyprus), NK Siroki Brijeg (Bosnia Herzigovena), FHK Liepajas Metalurgs (Latvia), MyPa 47 (Finland), FC Sherriff (Moldova), FC Sioni Bolnisi (Georgia), Ekranas (Lithuania), Hafnarfjordur (Iceland), Rabotnicki (Macedonia), Cork City (Ireland), Shakhtyor Soligorsk (Belarus), FC Pyunik (Armenia), Birkikara (Malta), Elbasani (Albania), TVMK Tallinn (Estonia), Linfield (Northern Ireland), Total NetworkSolid tions (Wales), F91 Dudelange (Luxembourg), FK Baku (Azer-baijan), B36 Torshavn (Faroes), FK Aktobe (Kazakhstan).
The 10-year loan will allow Closed Joint Stock Company MunaiTas to refinance debt incurred in constructing part of its 448-km oil pipeline connecting oilfields in the Aktobe region of central Kazakhstan to the Caspian Pipeline Consortium and the Atyrau-Samara export pipelines.
Meanwhile, the EBRD wants to lend Chinese-Kazakh joint venture JV MunaiTas Euro 70 million to cover 35 per cent of costs for building a Kenkiyak-Atyrau oil pipeline connecting the Aktobe region, central Kazakhstan with Atyrau, western Kazakhstan.
Aral holds an exploration contract issued by the government of Kazakhstan which entitles it to explore and develop the oil and gas property known as the "North Block" located in the Aktobe region of Kazakhstan.