Oil dream fades for Kazakh project, now $30B over budget

A decades-long project known as Kashagan, combining the efforts of major oil companies such as Royal Dutch Shell and the Kazakh government, to draw oil from beneath the Caspian Sea has been put on the hold. The project, involving the construction of 10 man-made islands, is $30 billion over budget and years behind schedule.

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