The Chinarevskoye field covers approximately 274 square kilometres and is located in the West Kazakhstan Province, near the border between Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation, and close to several major pipelines. The West Kazakhstan administrative centre of Uralsk (or Oral, in Kazakh) is located approximately 80 kilometres southwest of Chinarevskoye field.
Zhaikmunai’s other assets currently include the Rostoshinskoye field, the Darzhinskoye field, and the Yuzhno-Gremyachenskoye field, which are all located in the vicinity of the Chinarevskoye field, offering direct operational synergies.
Zhaikmunai controls the marketing, pricing and transportation of its liquids through the transport of its crude oil and stabilised condensate from the Chinarevskoye field to its loading rail terminal in Rostoshi near Uralsk through its own 120-kilometer pipeline and through the road transport of its LPG production in bullet trucks from the Chinarevskoye to the rail terminal. Dry gas, a by-product, is delivered to the Orenberg-Novopskov connection point with the InterGas Central Asia Gas Pipeline through its own 17-kilometer gas pipeline.
Zhaikmunai’s total average daily production has been approximately 46,500 boepd since January 21, 2013.