Beineu

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Beineu

 

urban-type settlement, administrative center of Beineu Raion, Mangyshlak Oblast, Kazakh SSR. Railroad station on the Makat-Uzen’ line. Population, 7,100 (1969). A railroad (408 km long) was constructed (1970) from Beineu to Kungrad (Kara-Kalpak ASSR). The main gas line connecting Middle Asia with Central Russia passes near the settlement.

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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A new freight rail line that opened in 2016 from Gorgan, Iran through Turkmenistan to Beineu in western Kazakhstan may provide new opportunities for trafficking in the future.
In addition, Kazakhstan had an internal gas pipeline built to connect Beineu to Bozoi and Shymkent.
Kazakhstan has already commissioned its portion of the railway route Beineu -Etrek - Gyzylgaya - Gorgan (Kazakhstan-Turkmenistan-Iran) as part of the Inernational North-South Transportation Corridor.
In January 1987 it was learned that Velikanova, who was in exile in Beineu (in the Mangyshlak region, Kazadh SSR) was threatened with criminal proceedings for "parasitism." She was denied permission to work as a computer programmer, and then charged with parasitism.
Construction of a new freight rail line from Gorgan, Iran through Turkmenistan to Beineu in western Kazakhstan may also provide new opportunities for trafficking in the future.
In addition, Kazakhstan is having an internal gas pipeline built to connect Beineu to Bozoi and Shymkent.
Second-phase activity, to be completed from 2014-15, includes a 193-mile section from Beineu Bozoy and a compressor station in Karaozek.