KPO implements social and infrastructure projects in the West Qazaqstan Oblast (WQO) on the annual basis under the terms of Annex 5 to the Final Production Sharing Agreement.
The list of social projects to be implemented is annually approved between KPO and the WQO Akimat based on the priorities of the Oblast’s social development. The list is compiled by the WQO Akimat in accordance with state priorities and programmes and considering the needs of developing West Qazaqstan Oblast infrastructure, education and healthcare systems, sports and infrastructure in the region.
KPO is responsible for project’s procurement and management of the full process up to completion of construction and the subsequent handover to the West Qazaqstan oblast. Also, in the case of necessity KPO may execute social and infrastructure project’s design. All KPO social projects are to be implemented by local companies. In case of failure to complete implementation of the projects by the end of the year as scheduled, the unspent funds are carried over the next calendar year.
Within 2021, KPO has been implementing new and carry-over social and infrastructure projects in WQO. Eight projects were completed.
Social infrastructure projects completed by KPO in 2021 are listed in the tables hereunder.
Social infrastructure projects in West Kazakhstan Oblast completed by KPO in 2021
Construction of Sports and Health Centre for 160 spectators in Podstepnoye village, Terektinskiy district, WQO
Construction of multifunctional palace of culture for 1500 seats in Uralsk
Construction of Sports and Health Centre for 160 spectators in Zhanibek village, Zhanibek district, WQO
Construction of a 9-storey residential house No. 6 on monolithic-frame scheme in the North-Eastern part of Uralsk, WQO (without external engineering networks and landscaping)
Construction of the youth athletic center building located at the address: Zachagansk village in Uralsk, WQO
Construction of Sports and Health Centre for 160 spectators in Zhalpaktal village, Kaztalovskiy district, WQO
Construction of Sports and Health Centre for 170 spectators in Chingirlau village, Chingirlauskiy district, WQO
Aksai Hospital Emergency Capability Upgrade Project (Hospital Reconstruction)