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Home / News / Today's Headlines / Tatneft and Turkmenneft to Cooperate in Oilfield Services and Retraining Specialists

18.01.2008

Tatneft and Turkmenneft to Cooperate in Oilfield Services and Retraining Specialists

The Protocol of Intent was signed between Tatneft and the state-run concern Turkmenneft in the capital of Turkmenistan Ashgabat on Monday.

Tatneft's CEO Shafagat Takhautdinov and Turkmenneft's Chairman Garyagdy Tashliev discussed the current development and prospects for cooperation in implementation of oil and gas projects in Turkmenistan.

As stated Tatneft has got highly skilled personnel, extensive expertise related to oil and gas field exploration and development, well construction and workover, which are areas of keen interest for the Turkmen side.

A wide range of issues were agreed during meetings such as Tatneft's participation in service tenders, implementation of advanced equipment and cutting-edge technologies to increase oil production and provide well workover operations in the fields of Turkmenneft, learning of Tatneft experience in side tracking and horizontal lateral drilling, horizontal well construction, radial underbalanced drilling and others.

Turkmenneft will consider Tatneft's proposals to provide professional development and retraining for the specialists of the Turkmenistan oil and gas industry in the Almetyevsk State Petroleum Institute and the Corporate Training Centre of Tatneft.
A Joint Working Group including the specialists of both OAO Tatneft and Turkmenneft GK was decided to set up in order to facilitate the targeted business cooperation.

Source: Tatneft 

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