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Neftekamsk is a city in Bashkiria, located 250 km to the northwest of Ufa. It is situated in the Cis-Ural region, 8 km away from the Kama River. It has a railway station and an airport. Its population is 117.3 thousand people (as of 1996).

Neftekamsk is famous for oil production (oil and gas extraction management "Arlanneft") and plants for dump trucks, drilling machinery, concrete goods. The city also has an artificial leather enterprise and some food industry companies. Visitors can see the Museum of Local Lore.

History of Neftekamsk

Oil of the Arlansky field was found near Kasevo Village in 1956. From the beginning of its production in 1957 the village turned into an industrial community, and in 1963 it became a city under the name Neftekamsk, which reflected the oil specialization of the city and its location near the Kama River. In 2004 the industrial settlement Energetic serving the Karmanovsky state hydro power plant was formed near the city.

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