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  • The refinery at Pavlodar is supplied mainly by a crude oil pipeline from western Siberia (since Russian reserves are well placed geographically to serve that refinery); the Atyrau refinery runs solely on domestic crude from northwest Kazakhstan; and the Shymkent refinery currently uses oil from Kazakh fields at Kumkol, Aktyubinsk, and Makatinsk, although it is linked by pipeline to Russia.

    Energy profile of Kazakhstan

  • From Aktyubinsk to Yakutsk, there was not a single major population center that did not have its own local camp or camps.

    Inside the Gulag

  • Aktyubinsk last September, this time we invited delegations not only from the bordering regions, but also from regions that actively cooperate with one another.

    WN.com - Articles related to Merkel: Kazakhstan to host first OSCE summit since 1999

  • As we agreed at the previous Forum in Aktyubinsk last September, this time we invited delegations not only from the bordering regions, but also from regions that actively cooperate with one another.

    WN.com - Articles related to Merkel: Kazakhstan to host first OSCE summit since 1999

  • According to the woman who was barely able to calm down, she identified in the exhibit her former lover with whom she cohabited in Aktyubinsk [a Russian city] some 3 years ago.

    English-writing Israeli-bloggers

  • The son of Russian geologists, Lonchakov, 43, grew up in Aktyubinsk, Kazakhstan, where his parents were conducting research.

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  • The son of Russian geologists, Lonchakov, 43, grew up in Aktyubinsk, Kazakhstan, where his parents were conducting research.

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