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Kazakhstan

PPP Projects in Infrastructure

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Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Kazakhtelecom ICT 1997 $1,370.00
Kazakhstan natural gas transmission system Natural Gas 1997 $600.00
BAKAD toll road Kazakhstan Roads 2020 $585.00
Ekibastuz GRES-1 Electricity 1996 $502.00
Almaty Power Consolidated Electricity 1996 $307.30
Ekibastuz Power Station 2 Electricity 2000 $300.00
Yermovskaya Power Plant Electricity 1996 $262.92
Shar-Ust-Kamenogorsk Railway Concession Railways 2005 $231.00
Nura solar plant Electricity 2019 $158.10
Zhanatas wind farm Electricity 2020 $140.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Otrar solar plant Electricity 2021 $27.90
BAKAD toll road Kazakhstan Roads 2020 $585.00
Zhanatas wind farm Electricity 2020 $140.00
Karaganda solar plant phase II Electricity 2020 $64.48
Akadyr Solar PV Plant Electricity 2020 $61.00
Nura solar plant Electricity 2019 $158.10
Zhanatas Wind Power Plant Electricity 2019 $136.20
M-KAT Solar PV Power Plant Electricity 2019 $118.00
Chulakkurgan Solar PV Power Plant Electricity 2019 $75.00
Nomad Solar Plant Electricity 2019 $33.80
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Kazakhtelecom ICT 1997 $1,370.00
BAKAD toll road Kazakhstan Roads 2020 $585.00
Ekibastuz GRES-1 Electricity 1996 $502.00
Ekibastuz Power Station 2 Electricity 2000 $300.00
Yermovskaya Power Plant Electricity 1996 $262.92
Shar-Ust-Kamenogorsk Railway Concession Railways 2005 $231.00
Nura solar plant Electricity 2019 $158.10
Zhanatas wind farm Electricity 2020 $140.00
Zhanatas Wind Power Plant Electricity 2019 $136.20
GSM Kazakhstan ICT 1999 $127.50
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Otrar solar plant Electricity 2021 $27.90
BAKAD toll road Kazakhstan Roads 2020 $585.00
Zhanatas wind farm Electricity 2020 $140.00
Karaganda solar plant phase II Electricity 2020 $64.48
Akadyr Solar PV Plant Electricity 2020 $61.00
Nura solar plant Electricity 2019 $158.10
Zhanatas Wind Power Plant Electricity 2019 $136.20
M-KAT Solar PV Power Plant Electricity 2019 $118.00
Chulakkurgan Solar PV Power Plant Electricity 2019 $75.00
Nomad Solar Plant Electricity 2019 $33.80

Infrastructure Indicators

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GCI Infrastructure Score

The Global Competitiveness Index (GCI)  is published in the Global Competitiveness Report and assesses the competitiveness landscape of 140 economies. The GCI Infrastructure Score is a component of the overall index and covers transport, electricity and telephony infrastructure. 

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4.2/100

GCI Score as of 2019
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Resources

    • 2007
    • European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)

    Concession Laws Assessment 2007/08

    Cover analysis report for Central and Eastern Europe

    The 2007/8 concession laws assessment is part of the EBRD's efforts to improve the legal environment in its countries of operations. Through the Project, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) aims to encourage, influence and provide guidance to policy and law makers, while developing the concessions and PPP related legal reform in the region. In addition to concession laws assessment the EBRD has undertaken similar evaluations in secured transactions, corporate governance, bankruptcy and securities markets. The assessment includes: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, FYR Macedonia, Georgia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Latvia,...

    • 2005
    • Paul Amos
    • World Bank Group (WBG)

    Reform, Commercialization and Private Sector Participation in Railways in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

    This paper reviews reform progress in the railway sector in the Eastern Europe and Central Asia (ECA) region. It primarily focuses on Estonia , Croatia , Kazakhstan , Poland , Romania , and Russian Federation . The reforms lessons that emerged from this region are similar to the ones l earned in other developing regions: reforming a complex industry is a long term process, structural change is a mean to an end, structural separation of railway infrastructure from railway operations cannot of itself improve business performance, one of structural model is unlikely to fit all operations, ownership does matter, railway reform does not necessarily mean stand-alone profitability, and market themselves will not stand still.

Date last reviewed: December 8, 2016

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