Beyneu

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Beyneu
Бейнеу (Kazakh)
بەينەۋ
Beyneu is located in Kazakhstan
Beyneu
Beyneu
Location in Kazakhstan
Coordinates: 45°19′29″N 55°11′45″E / 45.32472°N 55.19583°E / 45.32472; 55.19583Coordinates: 45°19′29″N 55°11′45″E / 45.32472°N 55.19583°E / 45.32472; 55.19583
Country Kazakhstan
Province Mangystau Province
Population
 • Total 40 344

Beyneu (Kazakh: Бейнеу/بەينەۋ) is an auyl and the administrative center of Beyneu District in Mangystau Province in western Kazakhstan.

Beyneu first began to expand in the 1970s from a village to a city with the discovery of oil in the area. There is a railway station, and further up north in Kasura, there is a Chevron oil plant. The gas pipeline metering station at Beyneu on the border with Uzbekistan. Trains from Russia to Uzbekistan and Tajikistan also passes from it.

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