from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A town of northeast Kazakhstan on the Irtysh River southeast of Omsk, Russia. It is a processing and shipping center in a rich agricultural region. Population: 287,000.


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  • Pulemetchizzza is surprised by the activity of a local representative in Pavlodar [ru].

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  • Vladimir Bugayev/Reuters A woman walked along a snow-covered street in the northern Kazakhstan town of Pavlodar Tuesday.

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  • The three refineries in Atyrau, Pavlodar and Shymkent are still unable to meet domestic demand and export requirements, which explains why Kazakstan still imports a quarter of the fuel and lubricants it consumes from Russia, where these items cost more.

    Kazaks Struggle With Oil and Food Prices

  • 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

  • The refining sector in Kazakhstan has three major oil refineries supplying the northern region (at Pavlodar), western region (at Atyrau), and southern region (at Shymkent), with total crude oil refining capacity of 345,093 bbl/d.

    Energy profile of Kazakhstan

  • In January 2003, the Ekibastuz Power Plant No. 2, located in the northern Pavlodar region, began exporting electricity northward.

    Energy profile of Kazakhstan

  • The fact that the nearby Chimkent-Pavlodar pipeline iried mostly oil had escaped the Western press.

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  • The two units of the Ekibastuz power plant in Kazakhstan's northeastern Pavlodar Province were built in the late 19890s-early 1990s.

    RIA Novosti

  • Alexander Goncharenko said de Jesus, 28, suddenly fell ill during warm-ups for a match between Irtysh (Pavlodar) and Kairat (Almaty) on Friday evening and was escorted to the locker room, from where he never returned back to the pitch.

    RIA Novosti

  • Zurab received his GM title in 1988, amongst others for a 2810 performance at the 1998 Chess Olympiad and first place finishes at Pavlodar 1982, Moscow 1986, Albena 1986, Tbilisi 1986, London (Lloyds Bank Open) 1989, and in the 2003 European Individual Chess Championship in Istanbul.

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