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Malay field

The field in Turkmenistan supplies energy products for the Turkmenistan-Uzbekistan-Kazakhstan-China transnational gas pipeline via the 188 km Malay-Bagtyyarlyk pipeline

Malay field

The Malay gas field is a region on the left Bank of the AmuDarya River that was once just a desert place that served as a pasture for livestock.
A radical transformation began in the 2nd half of the 1980s with the discovery of large natural gas reserves here.
The field was put into pilot production in 1986.

Today, 91 wells operate here.
This gas production complex reliably provides «blue fuel» to settlements, as well as facilities for various purposes in the eastern region of the country.

In 2021, the ceremony of commissioning a new gas compressor station at the Malay field was held.
The commissioning of with an annual capacity of 30 billion m3 increased the export supplies of Turkmen gas.

The complex, which occupies about 12 hectares, includes 2 production workshops – «A» and «B»:
  • The 1st of them will make it able to fully develop the Malay field
  • The 2nd workshop is designed for high-pressure pumping of gas from the Uchadzhi, Galkynysh and Dovletabat fields to the Malay-Bagtyyarlyk gas pipeline
The field is currently operated by Turkmengaz.
Production from Malay field contributes to the overall volume of gas transported via Turkmenistan-China gas pipeline.