Subject:

Re: Kazahstan visit/ visa issue

From:
"Devon Archer" [email protected]
To:
"Hunter Biden" [email protected]
Date:
2014-05-07 11:40
Quick answer is I do not have an answer just yet but that's what I am thinking about, researching and formulating.  CNOOC is a nice to have in the situation that make it a silver bullet.  I do know that.  Getting assigned blocks in KZ for Burisma is a windfall in itself.  I will be back shortly as I try and drill down on a conceptual deal.


On Wed, May 7, 2014 at 11:32 AM, Hunter Biden <[email protected]> wrote:
D-
Explain to me how a Burisma/ KZ/ China deal would look. I understand Burisma will be the operator/ producer KZ has the asset (at what price) and China is the off take. What quantity of Nat Gas are we talking and is there capacity on the KZ pipeline into China? Who pays for the blocks (Burisma, BHR, CNOC)? What is the total value of what we are being offered? Size of off take?

RHB
202.333.1880

> On May 7, 2014, at 9:03 PM, Devon Archer <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> Vadim,
> I will provide a full itinerary for KZ next week but the primary meeting is set with the Prime Minister of KZ, Masimof, on June 2nd.  Everything will revolve around that meeting and the subject will be securing the highest quality proven reserve fields in KZ.  Additional concepts for cooperation will be discussed as well.
>
> Please provide some additional potential objectives from your side.
>
> Additionally, my 40th birthday party in Almaty on the 31st will be a focus :)).
>
> Tentatively, we are looking at arriving Kiev early evening the 28th and departing Kiev after dinner the 30th or early morning the 31st.  Spending Sunday in Almaty and then meetings in Astana Monday and Tuesday.
>
> There is a preliminary plan from there for me and Alex to travel to Beijing from Astana.  If we are able to coordinate CNOOC cooperation meetings in that time frame we would be hopeful you and Nikoly can join as well.  We would plan to depart Beijing if those meetings make sense June 5th or 6th for our respective homes.
>
> I will follow-up on Vadim's visa today.
>
> Best,
>
> Devon Archer
> 646 436 3745
>
>> On May 7, 2014, at 7:46 AM, Vadim Pozharskyi <[email protected]> wrote:
>>
>> Dear Devon,
>>
>> Following our previous communications could you please update me on few points with regard to visit to Kazakhstan, that is being planed after Meetings in Kiev.
>>
>> Dates; do you have an understanding as to the exact dates of travel?
>>
>> Counterparts; whom do we plan to meet, on what level, top management including politics only, or should we engage our geologists/experts with us also?
>>
>> Contents of the talks; what topics, directions of cooperation we are planning to discuss?
>> If we are to talk about possible working with gaz fields in Kazakhstan, it would be very helpfully to receive from Kazhah  side any possible preliminary information on the gaz fields, areas, etc, that could be subject of talks, so that our geologists/experts would prepare information for our delegation to conduct productive negotiations.
>>
>> Have you got any news as to Nikolay's visa issue?
>>
>> Best regards, Vadym
>>
>>
>>
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