Chardzhou


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Char•dzhou

(tʃɑrˈdʒoʊ)

n.
a city in E Turkmenistan, on the Amu Darya. 166,400.
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Other large cities include Chardzhou (195,000), Tashauz (140,000), Mary (115,000), and Nebit-Dag (105,000).
The TAGP was to begin in Turkmenistan near Chardzhou and, after exiting Uzbekistan, will run along the south Kazakh border towards Almaty and cross into China east of there.
The 1,040-mile-long oil pipeline would begin near the town of Chardzhou, in northern Turkmenistan, and extend southeasterly through Afghanistan to an export terminal that would be constructed on the Pakistan coast on the Arabian Sea.
It is connected with the nearby town of Chardzhou by road and rail and is available for use by the research teams.
Other large cities include Chardzhou (185,000), Tashauz (135,000), Mary (115,000), and Nebit-Dag (105,000).
The TAGP will begin in Turkmenistan near Chardzhou and, after exiting Uzbekistan, will run along the south Kazakh border towards Almaty and cross into China east of there.
Other large cities include Chardzhou (165,000), Tashauz (115,000), Mary (95,000), and Nebit-Dag (87,000).
TurkmenNeft is also responsible, through TurkmenNefteGaz, for domestic oil and gas marketing and the country's oil refining sector, which consists of two main refineries: Chardzhou with a capacity of 120,500 b/d; and Turkmenbashi, formerly Krasnovodsk, with a capacity of 116,500 b/d (see Downstream Trends).