Minister of Industry and Trade Vladimir Shkolnik of Kazakhstan

Shkolnik has explained that a necessity to ink documents was due to the WTO rules "forbidding to have norms in our legislation that oblige subsurface users to buy local goods and services.
Shkolnik has observed that now all acquisition plans of the subsurface users will be in a single database that will make part of the "e-government.
Shkolnik has observed that also "a group of companies will take all possible efforts to conduct a bid for acquisition of goods, works, and services in RK.
Full Article The Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources, Vladimir Shkolnik is an ethnic Russian formally in charge of the petroleum sector.
The Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources, Vladimir Shkolnik is an ethnic Russian formally in charge of the petroleum sector.
rift over financing the cost for the next three years.
Energy Minister Vladimir Shkolnik said June 29.
Shkolnik said he had expressed his dismay to the Canadian ambassador.
control of the Shymkent oil refinery, known as ShNOS, from PetroKazakhstan.
Shkolnik said simply that plans for the trans-Caspian pipeline were "in the planning stage" and that a decision would follow.
GENEVA (AFX) - Kazakhstan's energy minister Vladimir Shkolnik said he hoped to export 130 mln tonnes of crude oil mainly to Europe within a decade as production is tripled every year.
KazakhstanÂ’s energy minister Vladimir Shkolnik said he hoped to export 130 mm tons of crude oil mainly to Europe within a decade as production is tripled every year.
Speaking on the sidelinesof a regular United Nations meeting on Caspian Sea energy supplies, Shkolnik said the country currently had about 8 mm tons on tap but reiterated that it was aiming to expand that to 150 mm.
99/b) and go into effect in MayImplicationsIndustry Minister Vladimir Shkolnik said that the export duty is geared to help Kazakhstan achieve its fiscal goals, as well as stabilise domestic oil product prices, keep inflation under control, and raise budget revenues.
LONDON, September 9 (IranMania) - Kazakhstan's Oil Minister Vladimir Shkolnik said the Central Asian nation could turn to Iran for an extra route to export oil as current pipelines reach their limits in a decade or so, Reuters reported.
Even after expanding the Caspian Pipeline Consortium route through Russia, the Atyrau-Samara also through Russia, the new Baku-Ceyhan line and shipments to China, Kazakhstan will need to find more room, if current estimates hold, Shkolnik said on the sidelines of a conference for potential investors.
htmlOn 22 March 2003, Kazakhstani Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Vladimir Shkolnik met with South African Deputy Minister of Minerals and Energy Susan Shabangu.
Mineral Resources Vladimir Shkolnik met with South African Deputy Minister of Minerals and Energy Susan Shabangu.
purchase of PetroKazakhstan by Chinese CNPC.
Excerpt from report by Interfax-Kazakhstan news agency Astana, 4 November: Kazakhstan plans to pay for a stake it is buying in PetroKazakhstan from, among other funds, its future income from the stake, Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Vladimir Shkolnik has said.
In addition, Shkolnik said that the sides were conducting talks on KazMunayGaz's purchasing 67.
Dec 22 (Interfax) - Kazakhstan's Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Vladimir Shkolnik said Kazakhstan must develop nuclear power engineering and build nuclear power plants.
Shkolnik said earlier that for the new Chinese pipeline to begin functioning, it will have to be filled with 600,000 tons of oil, which will be completed by mid-2006.
On the whole, Shkolnik said he positively assesses Russia's cooperation with Kazakhstan, which is steadily developing.
Meanwhile in other news from Kazakhstan, the government is planning to join the regime of control over missile know-how this year, Kazakh Minister of Energy, Industry and Trade Vladimir Shkolnik has told Interfax.
A multibillion-dollar ChevronTexaco investment to expand production of Kazakhstan's Tengiz oil field, which was stalled in November by a negotiations dispute, again is moving forward, Kazakh Energy Minister Vladimir Shkolnik said Dec 9.
Kazakh oil minister Vladimir Shkolnik said yesterday that Kazakhstan would seek to acquire a portion of a major Canada-based oil producer that had reached a take-over deal in August with China's largest state oil company.