Communication and communication
Pavlodar region has all types of electric and postal services, as well as a broadcasted network.
In the region there are 26 enterprises providing telecommunication and communication services.
Telecommunication, radio and television broadcasting services are provided by 26 telecom operators (20 enterprises in Pavlodar, 5 Ekibastuz cities, 1 Aksu city), one of which operates in the public telecommunications services market, and 4 operators in the cellular radiotelephone services market .
As part of the development of telecommunications infrastructure in the region, work is underway to fully cover households with telephone and mobile communications, television and broadband Internet access.
Roads and transport
The road network of Pavlodar region is characterized by the following indicators: the total length of the network is 5466.113 km. Of these, 1,523.8 km (27.9%) are republican roads, 1,139.013 km (20.8%) are regional roads, and 2,803.3 km (51.3%) are regional roads.
The length of local roads is 3,942.3 km, of them with hard surface (improved coating: asphalt concrete and black crushed stone) - 1,727.9 km (43.8%). Roads with crushed stone and gravel cover without treatment with binders - 1,610.6 km (40.9%), unpaved roads - 603.8 km (15.3%).
The transport industry of the region consists of 4 types of transport, including road, rail, air and river.
Currently, the car route network in the region is as follows:
63 intraregional routes;
34 city bus and minibus routes and 11 tram routes in the city of Pavlodar;
9 city bus routes in Ekibastuz;
12 city bus and minibus routes in the city of Aksu;
29 intra-route routes (in districts and rural areas of cities).
In all cities and regional centers of the region there are bus stations, bus stations and passenger service points. In total there are 3 bus stations, 7 bus stations and 7 passenger service points.
The international airport of Pavlodar Airport JSC, which meets the requirements and standards of fitness and operation of civil airfields, operates in the region.
At present, year-round flights to Astana, Almaty, Moscow, as well as annual seasonal flights to Antalya and Minsk operate from the airport in Pavlodar.
There are also railway stations in the cities of Pavlodar, Aksu and Ekibastuz. All 3 railway stations of the cities of the region meet the existing standards and requirements of the Railway Station Operating Rules.
In the field of water transport in the region, it is planned to build two mooring facilities, as envisaged by the Action Plan for the implementation of the State Program for the Development and Integration of the Transport System Infrastructure of the Republic of Kazakhstan until 2020, approved by Government Resolution No. 81 of 12 February 2014 .
At present, the locations and deadlines for the construction of berthing facilities (2019-2020) have been determined, including on the territory of the village Irtyshsk of the Irtyshsky District and Akku of the Lebyazhinsky District of the Pavlodar Region.
Life Support Infrastructure
Infrastructure housing and communal complex of the region is represented by the spheres of power supply, water supply, heat supply, water disposal.
Water supply. Pavlodar region is abundantly supplied with fresh groundwater resources. The largest waterways are the Irtysh River and the Irtysh-Karaganda Canal. K.I. Satpayev, whose water resources are widely used for drinking and household water supply.
Heat supply. Heat supply of 3 cities is carried out by two enterprises: Pavlodar Heating Networks LLP and Teploservis-Aksu CHP. In district centers, heat supply is provided by public and private enterprises.
Gas supply. In the area there is no centralized gas supply.
On the territory of the region, liquefied petroleum gas is used for domestic and industrial needs.
In the territory of the region, the sale of liquefied gas is carried out by 8 market entities: IntersnabGas LLP, INTER-TRANS CA LLP, Manex LLP, Flid LLP, Transservice LLP, Gas-Industry LLP, LLP Engineering Center-Gas ", GazSbytServis LLP.
On average, gas sales per month for the population is 300 tons and for legal entities - 900 tons, depending on seasonal demand.
Power supply. The total length of electrical networks is 17.5 thousand km, the number of substations - 4,349 units, including: PS 220-110 kV - 78, PS 35-10-0.4 kV - 128, TP, KTP-6-10 / 0.4 kV - 4143.
The level of depreciation of engineering systems in the municipal sector of the Pavlodar region in terms of electricity supply is 30% in standard condition and 70% requires repair (the total length of the electricity supply networks is 17,500 km).
Power lines with a voltage of 220–1150 kV are on the balance sheet of KEGOC, operated by the Northern Branch of Intersystem Electricity Networks with its center in Ekibastuz.
Electrical networks of 110 kV and below are operated by the electric grid companies of Pavlodar Distribution Electric Grid Company JSC and Gorelektroset LLP. Pavlodar region is energy-rich in electricity generation, more than half of the electricity generated is supplied to other regions of the country.
In order to ensure stable power supply to consumers of cities and regions of the region, energy transmission enterprises annually carry out repair work on electrical networks and substations.
In the period 2014-2016, the enterprises performed
In general, the Pavlodar region is working to expand the market in connection with the integration into the EAEU.