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Bolot Abildaev is Director General of Gazprom Kyrgyzstan.
He was born on September 6, 1963.
Bolot Abildaev graduated from Kyrgyz State University in 1985, majoring in Economics.
In 1987, he earned a degree from the Voznesensky Leningrad Institute of Finance and Economics. In 1990, he received a PhD from the Institute.
Bolot Abildaev started his career as an Economist at the Central Statistics Directorate of the Kyrgyz Soviet Socialist Republic.
Commercial director of a research and production association under the USSR Academy of Sciences in Moscow.
Vice President of the Kyrgyz Commodity Exchange.
Head of a number of commercial entities.
Chief Inspector of the State Tax Inspectorate.
Head of the regional office of the Treasury of the Sverdlovsky District of Bishkek.
Head of the Severnaya Railway Customs Office of the State Customs Inspectorate under the Ministry of Finance of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Head of the Customs Payments and Revenue Directorate of the State Customs Inspectorate under the Ministry of Finance of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Director of the Central Treasury of the Ministry of Finance of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Minister of Finance of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Advisor to Deputy Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee.
Director General of Gazprom Neft Asia.
Head of Gazprom’s representative office in the Kyrgyz Republic.
Director General of Gazprom Kyrgyzstan.
On October 9, 2008, the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic and Gazprom inked the Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation within the privatization process of Kyrgyzgaz. On June 21, 2013, Kyrgyzgaz shareholders set up KyrgyzgazProm and transferred all the assets, rights and obligations of Kyrgyzgaz to the new company.
On April 14, 2014, Kyrgyzgaz and Gazprom signed in Bishkek a Sales and Purchase Agreement pursuant to which Kyrgyzgaz assigned the ownership of a 100 per cent stake in its subsidiary KyrgyzgazProm to Gazprom.
Signing of Sales and Purchase Agreement between Kyrgyzgaz and Gazprom
Due to the change in ownership, KyrgyzgazProm underwent a state reregistration procedure and was renamed as Gazprom Kyrgyzstan on July 11, 2014, making Gazprom the owner of the Kyrgyz gas transmission infrastructure.
Gazprom Kyrgyzstan is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gazprom.
The company is focused on natural gas supplies and marketing within the Kyrgyz Republic.
Gazprom Kyrgyzstan sees its mission as providing reliable, efficient and uninterrupted natural gas supplies to consumers, expanding Kyrgyzstan’s gasification infrastructure, and reconstructing and upgrading its gas transmission capacities and underground gas storage and distribution facilities.
The company’s priority activities are as follows:
- natural gas transmission, distribution and marketing;
- reconstruction and expansion of the existing gas transmission systems and underground gas storage facilities in the Kyrgyz Republic.
Sokuluk compressor station
Over the past year, Gazprom Kyrgyzstan has come close to implementing major infrastructure projects, such as the construction and reconstruction of gas trunklines. The company has overhauled six gas compressors at the Sokuluk CS and completed the routine repairs at the 50-kilometer-long medium- and low-pressure gas distribution pipelines.
Reconstruction completed at first train of Bukhara Gas-Bearing Province – Tashkent – Bishkek – Almaty gas trunkline
For the first time in 40 years, 113 kilometers of the Bukhara Gas-Bearing Province – Tashkent – Bishkek – Almaty gas trunkline underwent in-line inspections resulting in the elimination of 739 defects and replacement of 200 pipe sections.
Gazprom Kyrgyzstan starts laying gas pipelines in streets of Bishkek’s private housing area
The company’s air protection measures are aimed at reducing harmful atmospheric emissions, ensuring legislative compliance, and preventing emergencies. In 2015, harmful atmospheric emissions totaled 1.87 tons within the limits of the maximum permissible concentration.
Gazprom Kyrgyzstan takes efforts to protect the water environment by improving the quality of natural water and purifying it to achieve the drinking water standards. The company reconstructs its sewage treatment facilities with a view to reduce untreated sewage discharge into the environment.
Staff members take part in annual environmental campaigns for cleaning up parks and public gardens in Bishkek and the areas adjacent to the company’s facilities.
Participants in Make the City Clean environmental campaign
In order to provide for sustainable use of land and to fight soil pollution, Gazprom Kyrgyzstan is engaged in technical and biological reclamation of disturbed land. Traditionally, employees actively contribute to environmental campaigns through landscaping in the areas of the company’s operation, planting trees, and cleaning up trash.
Gazprom Kyrgyzstan making city clean
On August 31, 2015, Gazprom Management Committee Chairman Alexey Miller and Kyrgyz Prime Minister Temir Sariev took part in the opening ceremony for a health and fitness center in Kara-Suu, Osh Region.
Passing of symbolic key to health and fitness center in Kara-Suu
Kyrgyz Prime Minister Temir Sariev
The center in Kara-Suu is the first sports facility to have been built in Kyrgyzstan under the large-scale Gazprom for Children program.
Health and fitness center in Kara-Suu
The center can be used for training sessions and competitions in badminton, basketball, volleyball, and tennis. It can receive over 200 people per day.
On December 22, 2015, the city of Talas hosted the opening ceremony for a multi-purpose health and fitness center built under the Gazprom for Children program.
Passing of symbolic key to health and fitness center in Talas
The ceremony was attended by Gazprom Management Committee Deputy Chairman Vitaly Markelov and Gazprom Kyrgyzstan Director General Bolot Abildaev.
Health and fitness center in Talas
It is planned to build 16 sports complexes in the Kyrgyz Republic within the scope of the Gazprom for Children program.
Every year, Gazprom Kyrgyzstan celebrates the Victory in the Great Patriotic War by extending greetings and financial support to war veterans across the country.
Honoring Great Patriotic War veterans
Joint commemorative photo
The company rendered financial assistance to the Hematology Department of the National Center for Maternal and Children’s Health, with new furniture purchased as a result.
Targeted assistance for veterans
Hematology Department of National Center for Maternal and Children’s Health under Kyrgyz Health Ministry
The company’s prospects are linked to the construction of the second train of the Bukhara Gas-Bearing Province – Tashkent – Bishkek – Almaty gas trunkline. Over the course of 2016, Gazprom Kyrgyzstan plans to provide with gas 22 new buildings in Bishkek and a number of localities in the Chuy Region, to start the reconstruction of a CNG filling station in the Prigorodnoye settlement and another one in Tokmok, to build a new administration building in Bishkek, and to continue reconstructing its facilities.
First joint welded at final section of second train of Bukhara Gas-Bearing Province – Tashkent – Bishkek – Almaty gas trunkline
In line with the General Scheme of Gas Supply to and Gasification of the Kyrgyz Republic, Gazprom Kyrgyzstan aims to raise the country’s gas penetration level to 62 per cent and supply more than 400 localities with gas.