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12 Февраля, 2020 15:07

Kazakh-Israeli cooperation on energy sector and water management discussed

Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Israel Satybaldy Burshakov held several meetings with representatives of local leading companies to expand Kazakh-Israeli cooperation in the economic sphere, Strategy2050.kz reports with reference to the Kazakh foreign ministry.

Kazakh-Israeli cooperation on energy sector and water management discussed  | Strategy2050.kz

The possibility of importing Kazakh oil to Israeli market was discussed with General Manager of “Europe Asia Pipeline Co.” energy company Izik Levy.

The Kazakh diplomats also visited Haifa refinery and met with managers of Bazan Group, CEO of which Shlomi Bassoon praised the level of cooperation with his partners from Kazakhstan.

The ambassador invited both Israeli companies to participate in the 2nd Caspian Ports and Shipping 2020 Conference and Exhibition, which will be held April 28-30 in Aktau.

During the visit to the well-known Bermad water company, General Director Haggai Arazi raised issue of expanding their Kazakh project basket in the field of water resources management and water conservation.

To date, Bermad has successfully accomplished projects in Shymkent and Karaganda. Their improvements allowed achieving significant energy savings, upgrade the capacity and reduce the number of leaks and breakthroughs in water supply systems.

Marketing Director Sari Eli of Odis requested to consider entering the Kazakh water treatment market, taking into account their experience in Azerbaijan. Odis is one of the world leading companies in the fields of development, design and construction of water and wastewater treatment systems.

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