About Us
KGEC is contributing to Kazakhstan’s energy transition and creation of the local gas processing industry by building an industrial complex consisting of:
A gas processing plant for processing unstabilized raw gas
Blue Power — A gas combined-cycle power plant using CCS technology
Blue Ammonia — Kazakhstan’s largest ammonia plant using CCS technology
A plant for the production of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)
An installation for demineralization / water treatment
Carbon capture and storage

What is CCS?

How does CCS work?

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a combination of technologies designed to prevent the release of carbon dioxide (CO₂) generated through conventional power generation and industrial production processes by injecting the CO₂ into suitable underground storage reservoirs.

Adoption of frontier CCS technologies is important to further contribute to CO2 reduction and it is a key to complete Net Zero policy.

Capturing the carbon dioxide for storage. The CO₂ is separated from other gases produced in industrial processes, such as those at coal and natural-gas-fired power generation plants or steel or cement factories.
Transport. The CO₂ is then compressed and transported via pipelines, road transport, or ships to a site for storage.
Storage. Finally, the CO₂ is stored in an underground geological formation.
Importance of carbon capture

Even as nations diversify their energy portfolios, fossil fuels are expected to meet a majority of the world’s energy demand for several decades. Accelerating the deployment of carbon capture technology is essential to reduce emissions from these power plants, and from industrial plants like cement and steel manufacturing.

The cost of emitting CO₂ is only set to increase, driven primarily by increasing national and regional pricing initiatives.

Natural gas processing
Natural gas processing to meet pipeline-quality gas standards involves the following four main steps to remove the various impurities:
Oil and condensate removal
Separation of natural gas liquids
Sulfur and carbon dioxide removal
Membership in organizations
We support
Since 2022, KGEC has been supporting the UN Global Compact corporate responsibility initiative and its principles in the areas of human rights, labor, environment, and anti-corruption.