KAZAKHSTAN AIMS TO TAP CASPIAN OIL AND GAS

Kazakhstan is stepping up a campaign to develop oil and gas resources under its 103,000 sq km share of the Caspian Sea. As a first step, the republic formed Kazakhstancaspishelf (KCS) to oversee exploration and development of offshore areas. KCS is headed by B.M. Kuandykov, Kazakhstan's deputy energy and fuel resources minister. Kazakhstan foresees a prelicensing exploration period beginning in fourth quarter 1993 and lasting through 1995, offshore licensing in 1996, exploratory and

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