In August, KazTransOil JSC has completed the replacement of sections of the main oil pipeline Uzen - Atyrau - Samara in the border zone of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation.
In August, the composition of the Board of Directors of KazTransOil JSC has changed.
In August, KazTransOil JSC held an extraordinary General meeting of shareholders.
In July, the composition of the Board of Directors of KazTransOil JSC has changed.
In June, the tariff and tariff estimate of KazTransOil JSC were approved for the regulated service of pumping oil to the domestic market of the Republic of Kazakhstan through the main pipeline system for 2021-2025 in the amount of 4,849.39 tenge per 1 ton per 1000 km (excluding VAT) with input effective from July 1, 2023.
In June KazTransOil JSC paid dividends on ordinary shares for 2022.
In June Fitch Ratings has upgraded JSC KazTransOil's Long-Term Issuer Default Rating to «BBB» from «BBB-».
In May, the annual General Meeting of Shareholders of KazTransOil JSC approved the size of the dividend for 2022 per one common share of KazTransOil JSC.
From May 1, tariffs for additional services of KazTransOil JSC for oil transportation for the purpose of export outside the Republic of Kazakhstan and transit through the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan increased.
In April, KazTransOil JSC and CNPC discussed issues of oil transportation via the Kazakhstan-China system.
In April, the subsidiary of KazTransOil JSC in Georgia and Abu Dhabi Ports considered issues of increasing the production capacity of the Batumi Oil Terminal LLC group of companies.
In April, Shanghai ACE Investment & Development Co ltd and Batumi Sea Port LLC discussed the development of the Trans-Caspian route.
In March, construction and installation work began as part of the modernization of the Astrakhan-Mangyshlak main water pipeline.
In March, S&P Global Ratings revised the rating outlook for KazTransOil JSC from Negative to Stable.
In February, KazTransOil JSC began accepting Kazakh oil for transportation to Germany.
In February, KazTransOil JSC adopted a new collective agreement.
In February, KazTransOil JSC, CNODC, CNPC Exploration & Development Co. Ltd discussed development and cooperation issues.
In January, tariffs for the services of KazTransOil JSC for transporting Russian oil for transit through the territory of Kazakhstan to Kyrgyzstan were canceled.
– for the regulated service for oil pumping to the domestic market through the main pipeline system of KazTransOil JSC at the rate of 2,931.8 tenge/1,000 ton·km, excluding VAT and for export at the rate of 4,850.6 tenge/1,000 ton·km, excluding VAT;
– for the regulated service for transit oil pumping through Priirtyshsk-Atasu-Alashankou pipeline section as an emergency regulatory action at the following rates: Priirtyshsk-Atasu - 117.31 tenge/ton, Atasu-Alashankou – 1,097.42 tenge/ton.