Uzbekistan's golden road to a cleaner energy future


OLTIN YO'L GTL will be one of the most advanced energy plants in the world, producing high quality fuels, which will improve air quality, deliver a cleaner transport future and support growth and development.


A number of documents were signed between Uzbekistan and Russia >>>

NHC Uzbekneftegaz and China Development Bank signed the agreement on co-financing of the project “Production of synthetic liquid fuel based on purified methane of Shurtan GCC” amounted to USD 1,2 bln and framework agreement on co-financing of the investment projects in the oil and gas industry for USD 1,0 bln. >>>


Uzbekistan will invest more than USD 30 bln into oil and gas industry development:

Among the largest project are further exploration and development of the Mustakillikning 25 yilligi filed with construction of the gas and chemical complex in Surkhandarya region, production of synthetic liquid fuel based on the purified methane of Shurtan GCC, establishment of olefins production from natural gas with making polyethylene and polypropylene in Kashkadarya region, construction of the new oil refinery in Jizzak region, expansion of Shurtan GC capacity and others. >>>


President of the Republic of Uzbekistan issued decree on additional measures for implementation of the Uzbekistan GTL Project >>>


Uzbekistan GTL LLC issued the Notice to Proceed (NTP) to EPC contractor >>>

Key facts about OLTIN YO'L GTL



Shurtan Gas and Chemical Complex (approximately 40 km from Karshi)

Nominal production capacity

37,000 bpd

Product slate

GTL diesel, GTL kerosene (jet), GTL naphtha, and LPG.

Product target

transportation, agriculture, aviation.

Natural gas requirement

approximately 350 MMSCF per day of methane-rich gas.

Conversion rate

approximately 10,000 standard cubic feet/daily barrel.

Company Vision:


To develop a world class, sustainable and value adding GTL business in Uzbekistan