Central Asia

New Players Emerge in Uzbek Gas Shakeout

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New companies are starting to emerge in Uzbekistan as it restructures its all-important gas sector in preparation for the end of its long-standing role as one of Central Asia's key exporters. Gas shipments abroad are set to cease in the next three-four years, with flows being redirected into a growing natural gas processing industry backed by Tashkent to monetize high-value added products and diversify the economy.

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