Joint Stock Company «O’ZLITINEFTGAZ» – Head Industry Research and Design Institute of Oil and Gas of Uzbekistan, which provides a comprehensive scientific project support development and construction of hydrocarbon fields and construction of oil and gas industry of Uzbekistan. The Institute was founded on the basis of former research and design organizations SredAzNIIGas, SredAzNIPIneft, Uzgiprogaz, UzNIIgaz, Neftegazstroyproekt and CHR OME “Uzbekneftegazgeologiya.”

Today JSC «O’ZLITINEFTGAZ» – a major center, combining high scientific and technical potential and wide experience of scientists and specialists to address the scientific and design problems of oil and gas industry of the republic. In the JSC «O’ZLITINEFTGAZ» employs 498 engineers and technical workers, including 4 doctors of sciences, 12 candidates of sciences. Over the past 12 years, the company obtained 35 patents and copyright certificates, including for the development of computer programs – 11 patents. All programs and 12 patents in place and continue their implementation. Confirmed the economic effect of the introduction of about 10 billion. Soums. n 2010 JSC «O’ZLITINEFTGAZ» was awarded third place and was awarded honorable mention for the developed computer program in the competition held by the State Patent Office of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

«O’ZLITINEFTGAZ» is the first in the number of scientific and design organizations of the Central Asian region, which received the 2005 Certificate of International TÜVCERT body for quality management system according to ISO 9001:2000.8942818d221914066344d062d5f0bc27

The implemented quality management system recertified

TÜV SERT for compliance with ISO 9001: 2008.



Activities aimed at creating a competitive, high-quality science, technology and design products and services that maximize customer satisfaction, which is reflected in the adoption of policies in the field of quality.



JSC «O’ZLITINEFTGAZ» awarded a diploma for active participation in the project of the gas pipeline Uzbekistan – China.


Project documentation for the construction of the injection compressor station, which power 50 MPa second in the world.