Air Astana, the flag carrier of the Republic of Kazakhstan, reported a 115 per cent increase in operating profit, reaching $23.9 million in the first half of the year.
Net profit was $8.3 million, versus a loss of $36.4 million in
Aluminium Bahrain (Alba), one of the world’s leading aluminium smelters, today received Bakyt Batyrshayev ambassador of the Republic of Kazakhstan to Saudi Arabia.
Batyrshayev was welcomed by chief operations officer, Isa Al
Kazakhstan plans to form a consortium with global energy companies to explore and develop potentially huge hydrocarbon reserves in the Caspian Depression, Energy Minister Vladimir Shkolnik said.
China and Kazakhstan have signed 33 deals worth $23.6 billion covering areas from hydropower to steel, state news agency Xinhua said.
The agreements were reached during a visit by Kazakhstan Prime Minister Karim Masimov to China a
Kazakhstan's currently stagnant oil production is forecast to rise from 2017 after the Central Asian nation's huge Kashagan oilfield restarts output and the Tengiz project is expanded, a senior energy official said.
Air Astana, the flag carrier of Kazakhstan, has bolstered its presence in the Middle East with the recent inauguration of direct daily flights to Almaty International Airport in Kazakhstan from Dubai International Airport, UAE.
A Bahraini delegation is set to showcase its smart governance experience at an e-government forum, which will take place in Kazakhstan next week.
The 2014 UN Global eGovernment Forum, under the slogan ‘Smart Governance for S
Dubai-based flydubai has launched its flights to Kazakhstan with the inaugural flight landing at the Almaty International Airport.
The airline will also fly to Shymkent in the country.
The flight was received by Akhmetzhan Yess
Qatar Solar Energy (QSE), one of the largest solar technology development and manufacturing facilities in the region, has signed a landmark agreement with Kazatomprom, a multi-billion dollar energy company based in Kazakhstan.
Saudi Arabia's Savola Group has sold its loss-making Kazakhstan edible oil business to a Russian company for 107 million riyals ($28.5 million), the Riyadh-listed food producer said in a bourse filing on Sunday.