Ishimbay


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Ishimbay

(ēshēmbī`), city (1989 pop. 70,000), Bashkortostan, E European Russia, on the Belaya River. Founded in 1932, Ishimbay developed around the first major oil field of the Volga-Ural region, formerly the leading Soviet oil area. Ishimbay's chief industries are oil refining and petrochemical production. The city is linked by natural gas pipeline with Shkapovo and Magnitogorsk.
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In 2012, document was issued by Ishimbay Chunuyev, ex-director of the State Agency for Geology and Mineral Resources.
Bashkirian oil deposits are located in three core sub-regions: the North West, with Arlanskoye, the largest field, where the fields are associated with the Birskaya, Blagoveshenskaya, and Verkhnekamovskaya depressions and the Bashkirskiy arch (the cumulative share of residual ABC1 reserves is approximately 57%); the Western zone, with the Tuymazinskoye field, the second-largest, where the fields are associated with the South Tatarstan arch (the cumulative share of residual ABC1 reserves is approximately 30%); and the Central and Southern part of Bashkiria (Ishimbay, Mrakovskaya, Belskaya depressions), where the first oil was discovered in Bashkiria before Soviet times (approximately 9% of residual ABC1 reserves).
It is necessary to legalize artisanal and small-scale mining in Kyrgyzstan, said the President of the Kyrgyz Mining Association Ishimbay Chunuyev during the 1??