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Türkmennebit

Türkmennebit
Turkmenneft
Type State owned
Industry Oil and gas
Headquarters Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
Key people Annaguly Deryayev (Chairman)
Products Petroleum
Owner(s) Government of Turkmenistan

Türkmennebit (also spelled Turkmennebit, also known as Turkmenoil or Turkmenneft) is the national oil company of Turkmenistan. It has its headquarters in Ashgabat.[1] The chairman of the company is Annaguly Deryayev, the former minister of oil and gas industry and mineral resources of Turkmenistan.[2][3]

Main oil fields operated by Türkmennebit are Koturdepe, Barsagelmes, Nebitdag, Korpeje, Kamyshlyja, Chekelen, and Kemer, mainly in the Balkan Province near the Caspian Sea.[4][5][6]

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