Uzbekistan doubled its revenues from gas exports to China in six months, up to US$ 404 million, TASS reported with reference to the central customs authority of China.
12 foreign companies sent applications for the call for bids for a 200 MW wind power station in Karakalpakstan. Dunyo reported that until July 17, the Ministry of Energy received 12 bids from foreign companies for the two-stage tender announced on April 1 for the selection of qualified investors for a wind power plant project in Karakalpakstan.
Uzbekistan, Pakistan and Afghanistan jointly launched the Termez-Peshawar railway project, Dunyo news agency reported with reference to the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Pakistan's Special Representative for Afghanistan, Muhammad Sadiq Khan.
The China-Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan railway project was included in the list of priority integration infrastructure projects. This became known during the regular meeting of the Council of the Eurasian Economic Commission.
Uzbekistan leads among the CIS countries in terms of the number of new hydroelectric power plants launched over the past 5 years, Uzbekhydroenergo said.
Uzbekistan plans to double uranium production in 2022-2030, up to 7,100 tons, which was stipulated in the July 14 decree of the President Shavkat Mirziyoyev.
Today, Tashkent hosted, under the chairmanship of Uzbekistan, the VIII meeting of the Council on Industrial Policy of the CIS member states and the meeting of industry ministers of the SCO member states.
A new Karakol free economic zone (SEZ) will be built in Bukhara province. The MTO (methanol to olefin) technology gas-chemical complex (GCC) will be built in the free economic zone.
In 2021 Kazakhstan produced the largest share of uranium from mines (45% of world supply), followed by Namibia (12%) and Canada (10%).
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) have embarked on joint work to increase cooperation in renewable energy, energy efficiency, energy storage, and other areas to support accelerated decarbonization of the electricity sectors in Central Asian countries.
Uzbekistan plans to halve the poverty rate by 2026, said the Deputy PM/Minister of Economic Development and Poverty Reduction, Jamshid Kuchkarov at the international forum on poverty reduction, held in Bukhara on May 26, told how this is planned to be done, the Gazeta.uz correspondent reports.
In 2019, a presidential decree outlined 17 international ratings, in which the country's position should be improved. Research institutes have been assigned for each of these ratings. By the May 18 presidential decree, the scientific potential of these institutions and practical activities to improve positions in the ratings should be harmonized.
The investment company UzAssets under the State Assets Management Agency (SAMA) announced the sale of the 100% stake in the Fergana Oil Refinery (FOR) to Sanoat Energetika Guruhi (former Jizzakh Petroleum) for $100 million, the SAMA said in a press release.
Meeting with executives of EDF (France), Nebras Power (Qatar), Sojitz and Kyuden International Corporation (Japan) was held at the National Electric Networks of Uzbekistan. During the meeting, the parties exchanged views on the progress of the investment project "Construction of a combined-cycle thermal power plant with a capacity of 1600 MW in the Syrdarya province", the steps and necessary measures for the timely and high-quality completion of the project. The parties also discussed working issues related to the investment project.
In January-April 2022, Uzbekistan's international trade topped US$ 17.2 billion, the State Statistics Committee said in a report on Friday.