CNPC in Kyrgyzstan

CNPC has been operating in Kyrgyzstan since 2013 and are now engaged in oil and gas investment and oilfield services in the country.

We carry out oil and gas business in Kyrgyzstan adhering to the philosophy of “mutually beneficial and win-win cooperation for common development”. We strictly abide by the local laws and regulations as well as the business code of conduct, actively fulfill our corporate social responsibilities, carry out various social welfare activities, drive the development of local enterprises, and create more economic income and job opportunities for local communities.

Oil and Gas Operations

Kyrgyzstan-China Gas Pipeline

The Kyrgyzstan-China Gas Pipeline is an important part of Line D of the Central Asia-China Gas Pipeline as the Kyrgyzstan section of Line D. It runs from the Tajikistan-Kyrgyzstan border, along the Kyrgyzstan-China Road, to the Kyrgyzstan-China border at Irkeshtam, Xinjiang. Upon construction completion, the pipeline will be the longest modernized and smart natural gas pipeline with the largest diameter in Kyrgyzstan.

Line D of Central Asia-China Gas Pipeline

Line D of the Central Asia-China Gas Pipeline runs from the Turkmenistan-Uzbekistan border, transits Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, and enters China via Irkeshtam, Xinjiang, where it connects at Irkeshtam to the proposed Fourth West-East Gas Pipeline.