Since the transformation into a joint-stock company from 2012 to October 1, 2017, Embamunaygas JSC has allocated about 2, 3 billion tenge for the development of the infrastructure of the Atyrau oblast, paid in taxes to the republican and local budgets 654 billion tenge and allocated more than 2 billion tenge for sponsorship and charity as a part of its obligations under subsoil use contracts.
Kindergartens, housing for public sector workers, Sports and Recreation Centers, the House of Culture and other social facilities are being built with the Company's funds in Atyrau oblast. In 2017 Embamunaygas JSC allocated 840 million tenge for the development of the regional infrastructure.
The following social facilities have been completed and put into operation with the funds allocated in 2016-2017: a kindergarten for 100 children, five dwelling houses in the villages of Sagyz and Tashagyl of Kyzylkoginsky district, secondary school named after O. Sargunanov for 300 places in Makat district, an annex to the kindergarten "Kulynshak" and a house of culture for 200 places in the villages of Tushchikuduk and Zhanbai of Isatay district .The construction of social facilities is continuing, they are a secondary school for 424 places, a kindergarten for 290 places, a feldsher-midwife station and 10 houses for workers of the budgetary sphere in the villages of Kyzylkoginsky district, a sports and health complex for 160 places in the village of Akkistau in Isatay district. In addition, within the framework of the contractual obligations, the Company allocates considerable financial resources for the training of Kazakhstan specialists, such as improvement of the qualification of the company's employees and payment of training for Kazakhstan students of higher and secondary special educational institutions.
Embamunaygas JSC annually provides sponsorship support to sports and public organizations, charitable assistance to children who need urgent operations and rehabilitation as a result of serious diseases and assistance to socially vulnerable groups of the population.