Environment Protection

Protecting people and the environment is one of the core values for Tengizchevroil LLP (TCO) for which the Company is constantly setting and achieving higher environmental standards. TCO's environmental activities are focused on air protection, rational use of water resources, protection of subsoil and land, waste disposal and raising environmental awareness. The Company’s key environmental commitments include minimizing environmental emissions from its operations, increasing the environmental safety of operations and continuous improvement of its environmental performance. Below is a brochure about TCO’s 2022 Environmental Activities and Performance. In addition, to raise awareness of local flora and fauna, TCO has developed a first-of-its-kind illustrated trilingual handbook demonstrating the diversity of flora and fauna in its area of operations. You can read the handbook using link below.

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Rational Use of Water Resources

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Biodiversity

Gas Flaring Reduction

Gas flaring is carried out to ensure the safety of personnel and protect strategic facilities during the start-up of new equipment, maintenance, or equipment shutdowns; it also demonstrates that the equipment is operating in accordance with the plant's process regulations. TCO’s KTL and Second Generation Plant (SGP) remain as the reliable, efficient and the safest facilities in Kazakhstan as a result of improvements in plant reliability and upgrades of processes and equipment. TCO eliminated continuous routine flaring of associated gas since 2009 and now 99% of the produced gas is exported or used for Company’s internal needs.

Rational Use of Water Resources

TCO is conscious of the social, environmental and economic importance of freshwater and therefore, the Company is committed to rational use of water resources. Increased water demand due to population and industrial growth has put limitations on the water supply from the Magistralnyi Vodoprovod (MV) line, the main waterline. TCO’s goal is not to increase the water consumption volume from MV, despite the growing number of personnel and increase in production capacity due to the construction of Future Growth Project – Wellhead Pressure Management Project (FGP-WPMP). From 2013 to 2016 TCO commissioned a Wastewater Treatment Facility (WTF) and associated Water Recycling Facilities (WRF) to focus on freshwater conservation and wastewater management. WRF is considered as a major component of TCO’s long-term, comprehensive water management program. At WRF the secondary treatment of wastewater from WTF is carried out by applying reverse osmosis technique. This system produces high quality treated water for operational purposes. TCO regularly conducts water saving campaigns promoting a water saving culture. By supporting the water conservation initiatives and wastewater management the water reuse at TCO facilities in 2021 made up 46% of total water demand.

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Safe waste management is one of the strategic directions of TCO activity. TCO’s integrated waste management system focuses on waste reduction, reusing and recycling, or more simply the 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) Program. The current waste management practice gives the wastes “a second life”, when possible. It’s worth mentioning Company's efforts in development of waste reuse and recycling. TCO has already successfully diverted more than 50% of its waste to third party waste management facilities. To comply with updated regulatory requirements, in 2021 TCO has concluded agreements for collection, removal and recycling of construction, demolition and food wastes: food waste is processed by thermomechanical treatment to produce fertilizer and technical water as final products; construction and demolition waste is sorted into components with release of secondary materials for recycling. The Tengiz Eco Center (TEC) is the heart of waste management operations. The facility was commissioned to enable interim storage, disinfection, recycling, and disposal of waste generated by the company and its business-partners engaged in TCO operations. TCO will continue to strive and achieve even better waste management performance to support Green principles outlined by the government of the RoK, thereby ensuring compliance with the RoK regulations and international standards.

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Biodiversity

The diversity of ecosystem in Western Kazakhstan provides ecological, recreational, cultural and esthetic value, playing an important role in sustainable development. Supporting project aimed to preserve and create breeding conditions of the Sociable Lapwing. The Sociable Lapwing, a bird listed as critically endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), breeds on open grassland in the steppes. In 2021, TCO provided financial support to the Association for the Conservation of Biodiversity of Kazakhstan (ACBK) to initiate a three-year program with the following objectives: working with farmers to safeguard nests at risk from plowing, satellite tracking of these birds, field research. More broadly, TCO implements environmental protection program for the conservation of nests. Due to the successful implementation of bird nests management plans and timely response, almost 60% of the discovered nests were active and nesting ended with a successful chick hatch. Sturgeon Hatchery Support As part of the project efforts, an Additional Conservation Action to support Ural-Atyrau Sturgeon Hatchery was implemented to achieve Net Gain for sturgeon. The aim of the program is to reduce the number of adult fish removed from the wild population each year and increase the percentage of wild caught broodstock that are returned to the sea. This is being done by improving the survivorship and productivity of sturgeon broodstock of the Ural-Atyrau Sturgeon Hatchery. The following efforts led to positive changes: the provision of high-quality feed for the broodstock and fry, aerators for oxygenation of rearing ponds, an excavator for external dredging work on the farm ponds. Additionally, TCO purchased and donated winter and summer water chillers for basins with closed water supply. As a result of the support provided to the Ural-Atyrau Sturgeon Hatchery, the sturgeon broodstock have shown an increase in weight. Ghost Net Removal Project. The project aims to prevent seals and fish from being caught in fishing nets by physically retrieving abandoned nets and to protect and contribute to the growth of endangered marine species such as the Caspian seal and sturgeon. As a result of the efforts of this project around 4300 kg of abandoned nets and 1000 kg of marine debris were collected in one season in 2021. Since 2014, 878 abandoned fishing nets (20 500 kg) and over 9000 kg of marine debris have been removed from the Caspian Sea, 53 sturgeons and 15 seals were freed from the abandoned nets.

Environmental Monitoring

TCO conducts a comprehensive system of continuous environmental monitoring within its area of operations. Environmental monitoring includes atmospheric air, water and soil samples that are collected and analyzed in TCO’s environmental laboratory against specified thresholds and background conditions to track and proactively manage potential impacts on the environment.
TCO’s environmental laboratory is certified and has been operating since 2016 equipped with state-of-the-art technology and equipment.

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Air Monitoring

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Waste water monitoring

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Soil monitoring

Air Monitoring

Good air quality is foundational to environmental protection. And the air monitoring is a core component of TCO’s Environmental Industrial Control Program. Continuous monitoring is in place to obtain the information on ambient air quality and proactively evaluate and mitigate potential impacts from the Company’s production operations. The air monitoring system enables TCO to plan and implement preventive and mitigative measures to reduce or eliminate environmental impacts to the air surrounding its operations.

TCO carries out several types of air monitoring within its area of operations and Sanitary Protection Zone (SPZ), as well as at personnel accommodation areas and Zhana Karaton village

  • Underplume monitoring
  • Air monitoring at the border of the sanitary protection zone
  • Ait monitoring at emission sources
  • Air monitoring at personnel accommodation areas and Zhana Karaton village
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    TCO maintains a special air monitoring system comprised of 12 automated Environmental Monitoring Stations (EMS) within its area of operations and along the perimeter of the SPZ. The EMS stations are equipped with modern analyzers capable of detecting concentrations of hydrogen sulfide (H2S), carbon monoxide (СО), nitrogen oxides (NO, NO2), methane (СН4) and sulfur dioxide (SO2). Each EMS is automated and operates 24 hours a day.

    As part of the Company’s commitments in the Roadmap for an Integrated Solution to Environmental Issues in Atyrau Oblast, TCO initiated real-time air quality data sharing from four EMS stations.

    The concentrations of hydrogen sulfide (H2S), sulfur dioxide (SO2), carbon monoxide (СО), nitrogen oxides (NO, NO2), methane (СН4) and meteorological parameters are averaged and transmitted online to “Kazhydromet” RSE every 30 minutes. The EMS data from these four stations are available on the AirKZ mobile application and are shown at the interactive map of Kazhydromet RSE.

Groundwater monitoring

Groundwater monitoring is completed through a large network of observation wells, including 125 observation wells at Tengiz and Korolev fields, and 11 background monitoring wells located away from operational facilities. In 2021, TCO completed the project of an upgrade of the existing groundwater monitoring network to improve sampling reliability.

Waste water monitoring

There are 55 points where soil samples are drawn for further analysis, the result of which helps to ensure the control over the soil conditions within TCO’s industrial areas. Soil samples are analyzed in accordance with the approved methodology in laboratories accredited in compliance with the legislation of RoK.

Soil monitoring

TCO monitors wastewaters on a regular basis to ensure the compliance with the established emission limits. Wastewaters are controlled in effluent treatment facilities, evaporation ponds and prior discharging into water injection wells. Frequency of sampling and analysis complies with the approved program and schedules of analytical control.

Landscaping and planting of vegetation

In 2020-2021, the greening was completed for the land area of 3 ha: Above 2400 tree transplants have been planted. • The first area of 1 ha is ...

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Landscaping and planting of vegetation

In 2020-2021, the greening was completed for the land area of 3 ha:

Above 2400 tree transplants have been planted.

  • The first area of 1 ha is located in front of the clinic in Geolog village at the entry to Atyrau along the central highway Atyrau-Dossor.
  • The planting was done in the fall of 2020, and watering within the irrigation season in 2021.
  • The area was handed over to Akimat of Atyrau city under the Act in the fall of 2021.
  • The second area of 1 ha is in Samal microdistrict.
  • The planting was completed in spring 2021, and watering within the irrigation season in 2021.
  • The area was handed over to Atyrau Akimat under the Act in the fall of 2021.
  • The third area of 1 ha is also located in Samal microdistrict, and the planting was completed in the fall of 2021. Watering will be provided within the irrigation season in 2022. Then the area will be handed over to Atyrau Akimat in the fall of 2022.

It is also planned to complete additional planting in 2 ha area in Samal microdistrict in 2022.

Also, TCO has signed Memorandum with Atyrau Oblast Akimat that includes the following:

Provide funding for planting of trees in suitable territories annually for 6 years (2021-2027):

  • Planting in areas of Atyrau city (594 ha)
  • Planting of young trees in Kulsary (50 ha)
  • Specifications for selecting a Contractor for planting and taking care of the transplants have been developed.

TCO started planting 9000 trees in Kulsary and has already started work on 15 hectares.

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Social Investments

Tengizchevroil's (TCO) social investment initiatives are aimed at stimulating and revealing the limitless potential of each resident and communities of Atyrau Oblast. TCO strives to expand opportunities for people by ensuring accessibility and improvement of health, education and economic development systems.

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The Egilik program supports the construction of social infrastructure facilities (kindergartens, schools, sports facilities, parks, etc.) in Atyrau Oblast.

After the completion of the social program "Atyrau Bonus Fund" (1993-1998) with an initial investment of $50 million, in 1999 an updated program of social and infrastructural development Egilik was launched, the annual budget of which since 2013 has been $25 million.

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TCO created thousands of new jobs

Egilik provided a powerful impetus to infrastructural development of Atyrau Oblast. There are new, modern buildings that have decorated the regional center and Zhylyoi district, multifunctional medical clinics and centers, well-equipped schools and other educational institutions. Egilik program fund has made it possible to modernize water supply systems and power grids, to carry out the long-awaited gasification of urban neighborhoods and rural settlements.

Decisions on which projects are to be included in the Egilik Program are made jointly with the Akimat of Atyrau Oblast. The main criteria are sustainability, focus on the priority needs of the local population, benefits for the majority of the population, and most importantly, projects should create opportunities for unlocking the potential of residents of Atyrau Oblast.

In 2022, the construction of facilities is being implemented within the framework of Egilik program:

Central-Hospital-Kulsary
Central Hospital in Kulsary
Central-Stadium-Kulsary
Central Stadium in Kulsary
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Kindergarten in Koktem in Atyrau
Kindergarten-Zhuldyz-Atyrau
Kindergarten in Zhuldyz in Atyrau
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Additional construction to the school in Tushchykudyk village, Isataysky district
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Central Hospital in Kulsary

  • Construction contractor – “Bekbolatovtar Kurylys Kompaniyasy” LLP
  • Start of construction: May 2019 - end of 2022
  • Building area - 8 465 m2
  • The hospital project was transferred by the Construction Department of the Atyrau region to TCO for implementation and was developed by the design company Polygram LLP and passed the State Expertise No. 15-0231/19 dated 09/27/2019
  • Provided for driving piles, because. the project does not include this type of work
  • part of the construction includes: a 2-storey hospital building for 55 beds, a reception building, a children's department for 10 beds, an infectious diseases building for 10 beds, a laundry room, a garage for 3 cars, a boiler room, a catering unit, a checkpoint, a transformer substation, a diesel generator, a shed for disinfection, recycling building, recreation area, playgrounds (landscape areas) and landscaping
  • The building of the main building includes: therapeutic department, resuscitation department, surgical department, traumatology, urology, physiological department, pathology and gynecology department
 
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Central Stadium in Kulsary

  • Construction contracting organization ABS Limited LLP
  • Start of construction: December 2020 - October 2022
  • Building area - 4,758.01 m2
  • Progress: 97%
  • Design company IP "Eshimkulov N.T" passed the State. examination for No. 15-0269/19 dated November 11, 2019
  • Technical supervision is carried out by Sheber LLP
  • Provided for driving piles, because. the project does not include this type of work
  • Provided additional parking with refreshment and video surveillance
  • The sports complex includes: a main stadium with a grandstand for 3000 seats with a VIP grandstand, an outdoor stadium for training in the winter season and an indoor swimming pool, a canteen, a gym, a gym for physical exercises, a ticket office and a security room, a transformer substation. The complex will allow conducting classes in several sports at the same time and will accommodate up to 3,250 people a day.
 
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Kindergarten in Koktem in Atyrau

  • Construction contractor LLP "Diar and Company"
  • Start of construction: December 2021 - September 2022
  • Building area - 1584.0 m2
  • Progress: 66%
  • The design company LLP "Edemstroy" passed the State. examination for No. 15-0253/19 dated October 22, 2019
  • Technical supervision is carried out by Damu LLP
  • Approximate staff - 50.2 units
  • Provided for driving piles, because. the project does not include this type of work
  • The kindergarten is located in a two-story building and is intended for children aged 3 to 6 years old, there are 7 groups (160 children). The kindergarten includes: group cells, a hall for music and sports, medical facilities, service and amenity premises, a catering department, a laundry, auxiliary and technical rooms, bathrooms and staff rooms, the premises are equipped with the necessary furniture, equipment and supplies necessary for day care. the stay of children and the educational process. Kindergarten includes: Kindergarten building, playgrounds, sports ground, boiler room, cesspool 60m3, diesel unit, KTPN, car parking
 
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Kindergarten in Zhuldyz in Atyrau

  • Construction contractor LLP "Egemendi Kurylys"
  • Start - December 2021
  • End - December 2022
  • Building area - 1590.0 m2
  • Land area - 1.0 ha.
  • Progress: 69%
  • The design company LLP "Edemstroy" passed the State. examination for No. 15-0236/19 dated 02.10.2019
  • Technical supervision is carried out by Barko LLP
  • Provided for driving piles, because the project does not include this type of work
  • The kindergarten is located in a two-story building and is intended for children aged 3 to 6 years old, there are 7 groups (160 children). The kindergarten includes: group cells, a hall for music and sports, medical facilities, service and amenity premises, a catering department, a laundry, auxiliary and technical rooms, bathrooms and staff rooms, the premises are equipped with the necessary furniture, equipment and supplies necessary for day care. the stay of children and the educational process. Kindergarten includes: Kindergarten building, playgrounds, sports ground, boiler room, cesspool 60m3, diesel unit, KTPN, car parking.
 
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Additional construction to the school in Tushchykudyk village, Isataysky district

  • Construction contractor - Tonykok Kurylys LLP
  • Start of construction: May 2021 - end of 2022
  • Building area - 1,929.93 m2
  • The construction site includes: 3-storey building. In the extension under construction there are: a dining room for 72 seats; assembly hall for 108 seats; gym; 14 classes with occupancy of 25 students
  • On the 1st floor there is a dining room, a gym, two classrooms, a cloakroom. On the 2nd floor there is an assembly hall, a reading room, a book depository, a teacher's room and classrooms. Classes are equipped with furniture and org. technology according to the standards. Number of teachers 28 people.
 
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Construction of a school named after Zhumabayev in Atyrau

  • Construction contractor LLP "ARSM"
  • Start – March 2022
  • End - September 2023
  • Building area - 6461.45 m2
  • The area of the land plot is 0.9324 ha.
  • Progress: 11%
  • The design company A&K-Ali Company LLP passed the Examination No. OEXP-0002/22 dated July 22, 2022
  • Technical supervision is carried out by Barko LLP
  • The school is a 2-storey building with a technical underground and a technical floor. The design capacity of the school is 300 students per shift. The composition of the classrooms was adopted with the approval of the Ministry of Education and Science, taking into account the curriculum for subsequent years. The project also takes into account the possibility of providing inclusive education, that is, the involvement of people with disabilities in society, providing access to education for children with special needs. The main goal of integrated (inclusive) education is the realization of the right of children with developmental disabilities to receive education at the place of residence in accordance with their cognitive capabilities and abilities, their social adaptation and integration into society. Increasing the role of the family in the upbringing and development of your child. To provide physical access to the school for children with impaired function of the musculoskeletal system, an elevator, a ramp, and special furniture are provided
  • The main entrance to the building is through the vestibule, from which the main paths of movement of students diverge, passage to the dining room, sports hall, administration offices, medical office. To store outerwear and personal belongings of schoolchildren, it is planned to install individual metal cabinets in recreational educational blocks along the walls.
  • On the first floor of the building there is an educational block for elementary grades, a school canteen with a block of industrial premises, a sports hall and a block of educational workshops for grades 5-9
  • On the second floor of the school there is an educational block of senior classes, a methodical office, information center premises (libraries), including media libraries, and reading places. In the reading room, an information point is organized for the reception and distribution of literature. The library has 20 seats. The storage fund is 10 thousand units.

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SECONDARY TECHNICAL SCHOOL IN ATYRAU

  • Construction period – 2012-2017
  • Number of students – 624
  • Planned number of teachers – 102
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FLAGPOLE IN ATYRAU

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SECONDARY SCHOOL IN ATYRAU

Construction of Secondary School #30 in microdistrict #4 in Atyrau

  • Commissioned in 2001
  • Number of alumni since the opening – over 10,000
  • Number of students – 1,200
  • Created workplaces – over 150
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NATIONAL SCHOOL IN ATYRAU

  • Completed in 2016
  • Number of students – 320
  • Planned number of teachers – 37
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KINDERGARTEN IN ATYRAU

  • Atyrau (60 workplaces created, number of children – 280)
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RETRO PARK IN ATYRAU

  • Construction period – 2015-2017
  • Construction area - 3.5 hectares
  • Greening - over 700 trees
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TWO KINDERGARTENS IN KULSARY

  • Kulsary (number of children – 290)
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KINDERGARTEN IN ZHANA KARATON

  • Zhana Karaton (number of children – 280)
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SIX HEALTH AND FITNESS CENTERS IN ZHYLYOI DISTRICT

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FOUR KINDERGARTENS IN ZHYLYOI DISTRICT

  • Shokpartogay (43 workplaces created, number of children – 160)
  • Akkiiztogay (number of children – 160)
  • Turgyzba (number of children – 160)
  • Koschagyl (number of children – 160)
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KINDERGARTEN IN DOSSOR

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COMMUNITY CENTER IN INDER

  • Construction period - 2016-2017.
  • Can receive up to 400 visitors at the same time
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COMMUNITY CENTER IN YESBOL

  • Construction period - 2016-2017.
  • It can accommodate up to 300 visitors at the same time
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COMMUNITY CENTER IN BODENE

  • Construction period - 2016-2017.
  • It can accommodate up to 200 visitors at the same time
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SCHOOL IN YNTYMAK

  • Construction period – 2016-2017
  • Number of students – 120
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KINDERGARTEN IN MAKHAMBET

  • Makhambet (13 workplaces created, number of children – 280)

TCO’s Community Investment Program was launched in 2010. It is aimed at supporting education, healthcare, involvement of the population in the volunteer movement and economic development. Within the framework of this program, 94 projects were implemented in 2010-2021 for a total amount of about $11.1 million.

The CIP budget in 2022 is $2.3 million. Beneficiaries of projects implemented by NGOs are children, adults, pensioners, low-income families, large families, disabled children and many other representatives of the population of Atyrau Oblast.

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Joint Needs Assessment

A Joint Needs Assessment is an independent study aimed at identifying the most important social, economic and environmental problems or needs of a community and exploring ideas on how to solve them. Based on the Assessment, areas that need support are identified.

  • The program is aimed at residents of Atyrau Oblast and Borankul village, Mangystau Oblast
  • Projects based on business goals and the results of the priority Needs Assessment of the population
  • Transparent selection of projects by the Community Investment Council, including representatives of various TCO departments
  • Grants only to non-profit organizations(individuals or commercial organizations are not considered)
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Stages of project selection

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CRITERIA FOR PROJECT SELECTION

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EXAMPLES OF SELECTION CRITERIA FOR PROJECTS

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CRITERIA FOR PROJECT SELECTION (STAGE 1)

  • The project is not for individuals
  • The project does not support a specific commercial business
  • The project does not imply sponsorship of sports teams
  • An NGO is not a military, political or religious organization
  • The project is planned within CIP geography - unless this project is of national importance
  • The project is planned within the framework of one of the CIP topics
  • The budget does not cover only trips or fees for participation in competitions
  • The project scope does not cover the usual operating costs for government agencies
  • The project is not planned for the construction of infrastructure facilities that can be covered under Egilik program
  • The project scope and budget do not imply only purchase of some items
  • The main part of the budget is not for Turnover
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EXAMPLES OF SELECTION CRITERIA FOR PROJECTS (STAGE 2)

  • Supporting the needs and priorities of the local communities
  • Feasibility
  • Potential development
  • Sustainable development
  • The project is subjected to evaluation and control
  • Justification
  • Demonstrating high potential to achieve success
  • Focus on innovation and ability to implement project remotely (online format)

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Sponsorship and Donation

TCO annually allocates funds to support special requests for the benefit of residents of Atyrau Oblast. In the first half of 2015, medical equipment totaling $4 million was purchased and installed in Atyrau Oblast Cardiology Center, Atyrau Oblast Children's Hospital...

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Sponsorship and Donation

In 2019, TCO provided sponsorship to Zhylyoi district for purchase of 50 urban passenger buses of the ANKAI brand. The purchased buses are specially equipped with mechanical ramps for transporting people with disabilities and children in wheelchairs, meet all technical standards and modern requirements for motor transport.So, since the beginning of the pandemic, TCO has allocated over $18 million (7.7 billion tenge) to combat coronavirus, support the population and purchase medical equipment and supplies in Atyrau Oblast. In addition, a project was launched in December 2021, which made it possible to donate medical equipment totaling $6.2 million to 14 hospitals in Atyrau city and the region. These were medical devices of critical importance in healthcare – equipment for intensive care units, perinatal units. In particular, the purchase of expert-class ultrasound devices and non-invasive ventilation systems for newborns, ventilators, patient monitors, CT machines, surgical devices, fluorography vehicles, etc. Assistance is provided by the company to boarding schools in the district. In addition to implementation of targeted projects, funds raised during a number of charity events and programs initiated by TCO employees within the framework of the corporate volunteer movement are directed to support orphans and children of other socially vulnerable categories.

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    TCO Allocates 2 Billion Tenge For Flood Response

    Atyrau, Kazakhstan – April 6, 2024 – Tengizchevroil LLP (TCO) stands united with the residents of Atyrau oblast and the people of Kazakhstan during this challenging time.

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    How artificial intelligence is used in Tengizchevroil

    Tengizchevroil LLP (TCO) continues to introduce new artificial intelligence tools that can effectively help address requests from company specialists. TCO experts spoke about this and how digitalization has become an important vector in the company’s development, during the 21st North Caspian Regional Exhibition “Atyrau Oil and Gas,” where the company is the main sponsor.

  • #TCO 23 February 2024
    Tengizchevroil Announces 2023 Business Performance Results

    Atyrau, Kazakhstan – February 23, 2024 – Tengizchevroil LLP (TCO) today, announced its business performance results for 2023, with crude oil production at 28.9 million metric tonnes (230.6 million barrels), while total air emissions intensity was reduced to the lowest rate since 2000. During last year, all of TCO’s dry gas sales were provided to the Kazakhstan domestic market and the company remained a consistent supplier of liquified petroleum gas to local residents and industry.

  • #TCO 06 April 2024
    TCO Allocates 2 Billion Tenge For Flood Response

    Atyrau, Kazakhstan – April 6, 2024 – Tengizchevroil LLP (TCO) stands united with the residents of Atyrau oblast and the people of Kazakhstan during this challenging time.

  • #TCO 06 April 2024
    How artificial intelligence is used in Tengizchevroil

    Tengizchevroil LLP (TCO) continues to introduce new artificial intelligence tools that can effectively help address requests from company specialists. TCO experts spoke about this and how digitalization has become an important vector in the company’s development, during the 21st North Caspian Regional Exhibition “Atyrau Oil and Gas,” where the company is the main sponsor.

  • #TCO 23 February 2024
    Tengizchevroil Announces 2023 Business Performance Results

    Atyrau, Kazakhstan – February 23, 2024 – Tengizchevroil LLP (TCO) today, announced its business performance results for 2023, with crude oil production at 28.9 million metric tonnes (230.6 million barrels), while total air emissions intensity was reduced to the lowest rate since 2000. During last year, all of TCO’s dry gas sales were provided to the Kazakhstan domestic market and the company remained a consistent supplier of liquified petroleum gas to local residents and industry.