By the decision of Samruk-Kazyna JSC, in trust management of Samruk-Kazyna Constructions JSC, United Chemical Company LLP (now Samruk-Kazyna Ondeu LLP) was transferred the shares and shares of the following JSC "Management Company "SEZ Chemical Park Taraz", LLP Khim-plus and Karabatan Utility Solutions LLP. In this regard, the Company controls and supervises all production and economic activities of the companies transferred to trust management, takes measures and actions to properly control the progress of construction, monitor pricing, the quality of materials used, and also monitor the timing of work performed. Thus, during the period of trust management, the following construction projects were successfully implemented under the State Program for Accelerated Industrial and Innovative Development: Combined-cycle gas turbine power plant with a capacity of 310 MW, 220 kV overhead lines and a 220/110/10 kV substation with a length of 44 km., GTPP engineering facilities, A water conduit with a length of 35 km., an on-site road, as well as a water treatment and wastewater treatment plant.

At present, construction and installation work is underway under the General Plant Infrastructure project (I - stage).

On September 22, 2022, in accordance with the decision of Samruk-Kazyna JSC, CCGT Turkestan LLP was transferred to 100% trust management of Samruk-Kazyna Construction JSC. At present, work has begun on the construction of a power plant based on a combined-cycle plant with a maneuverable generation mode with a total capacity of up to 1000 MW in the Turkestan region. A large-scale project for the construction of a power plant in the Turkestan region is being implemented as part of the execution of the instructions of the Head of State K.K. Tokayev, given following the results of the expanded meeting of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 10, 2021. The construction of a power plant based on a combined-cycle plant with a capacity of up to 1000 MW will increase the energy security of the country, in particular, it will make it possible to compensate for the missing energy capacities, level out emergency voltage drops that are created by the energy system of Central Asia (Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan) and independently supply uninterrupted energy to socially oriented life-supporting facilities.

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