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Caspian Way is  a management consultancy firm specialising in  Turkmenistan with offices in Cologne, Germany and Leeds, U.K.  Caspian Way is proud of its extensive experience and knowledge working with the Turkmen government as well as privately owned Turkmen businesses. An office is also due to open in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan.
Caspian Way provides businesses, wishing to operate in Turkmenistan and the Caspian region, expert advice and assistance as well as effective solutions to complex issues.  Our aim is to represent the interests of our business partners  and meet our customers needs with tailor-made solutions and all around service.

President Berdimuhammedov: Economic Strategy of Turkmenistan: Relying on the People, for the Sake of the People, May 2010

It is clear that solving of social issues whether it is culture, health care or housing, demands much money. Accordingly social structure should have the industrial component supported by the well-elaborated social-economic policy. In the aggregate this is our national model and the target of which is to create developed socially-focused market economy of the mixed type, gradual and stage-by-stage formation of highly effective system with the developed public sector, effective entrepreneurship and modern market infrastructure, the effective macroeconomic regulation providing social guarantees to all levels of population and focusing all economic subjects on achievement of high end results. Our purposes can be stated briefly as follows: "Democratic market reforms - full sufficiency to each family - the strong state"

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New Turkmen gas fields change the strategic gas export picture

On October 13 and 14 in Ashgabat, the British consultancy company Gaffney, Cline & Associates (GCA) presented the first results of its audit of Turkmen gas reserves. According to its research, the South Yoloten-Osman deposits, situated in the south-east of the country, contain four trillion cubic meters of gas at the low estimate, six trillion at the best estimate, and 14 trillion cubic meters at the high estimate. The six trillion best estimate would make South Yoloten-Osman the fourth or fifth richest gas deposit in the world, according to GCA.<
In addition, GCA estimates that Turkmenistan’s Yaslar field contains 1.5 trillion cubic meters of gas at the best estimate (Turkmen Khabarlary state news agency, October 14; Turkmen TV, October 13).

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