Moldabek is the biggest oilfield accumulation in the Caspian depression. It consists of two structures:
The field discovered in 1968, started oil production in 1986, and came on-stream in late 1999.
It is located onshore and is situated in the Kizilkogin area.
The refining process in the area has a production rate of about 6.0 million tons per year.
There are two main producing reservoir sequences:
In addition, there is a large potential subsalt Triassic reservoir below 2,000 meters.