Making the agreement, the two countries hold a Korea-Kazakhstan NGV forum on a regular basis to share know-how on policies to distribute NGVs. In addition, the Korean government provides international training programs on NGVs to invite public officials and businessmen of
As one of main natural gas producing countries with 2,200billion ㎥ of natural gas reserves, Kazakhstan plans to to build 100 natural gas fuel stations and distribute 100,000 natural gas-powered vehicles until 2014. Korean companies including the Korea Gas Corporation, KOLON and Daewoo Bus Corporation have consulted with the Kazakhstan government and related companies on participation in the project.
The Ministry of Environment expect that the agreement on NGVs will significantly contribute to helping domestic NGVs industries in entering the global market and building environmental cooperation channel between Korea and central Asian nations.