The "Neftepromavtomatika" company is engaged in project development, production, delivery and introduction ofautomation systems of technological processes for production manufactories, pumping and compressor stations, oil depots and gas station, objects of power industry.
The "Neftepromavtomatika" was established in 1975.
Today the company is actively engaged in development and deployment of integrated solutions for automation of oil depots, including filling points, using hardware and software of our own production. Resources and experience of the company allow to realize all stages of project lifecycle on automation of technological processes on oil depot any complexity: from research phase of a problem, ending post-guarantee maintenance.
The hardware and software system "Automated C&M for tanker trucks during filling operations" developed by the company is designed for complex information and analytical support of customer service on filling points of oil depots and oil storages.
Other Oil & Gas Equipment & Services ; IT & Software; Instrumentation; Automation, Motion Control and Flow Management Equipment & Services; Engineering, Facilities and Construction Design & Services (EPC);
Pump & Valve Equipment, Systems & Services ; Oilfield Services; Oil & Gas Exploration & Production; Well Construction, Completion & Maintenance Services & Equipment;
The North Caspian Project is the first major offshore oil and gas development in Kazakhstan.
This year NCOC N.V. marks the 25th anniversary of the North Caspian Project commemorating the establishment of the international Consortium for studies in the Kazakhstan sector of the Caspian Sea and commencement of seismic works in that area.
Today, the consortium includes seven of the world’s largest and most experienced energy companies: KazMunayGas, Eni, Shell, ExxonMobil, Total, CNPC and Inpex.
The most important contribution so far has been the multiplier effect of the Project on Kazakhstan’s economy. Mangystau and Atyrau Regions have received more than a half-billion US dollars in social and infrastructure related projects funded by NCOC. Overall payments for local goods, works and services have totaled almost US$14 billion since 2004.
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