The $3.9 billion project is expected to transform the Tajik economy and warm relations with neighbouring countries such as Uzbekistan, Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Russia's claims of shared interests in Central Asian energy deals rings hollow when it comes to the strategic gas industry, observers say.
The US-based company will provide and install equipment to produce base oils in Fergana Province under an agreement with Uzbek joint-stock company Uzbekneftegaz.
The Kyrgyz government and the Asian Development Bank are working to install solar power systems in remote areas of the country.
The project's goal is to provide surplus hydro-electric power from Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan to Afghanistan and Pakistan during the summer months.
With financial assistance from the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), alternative energy sources will produce 30% of the country's electricity by 2030, predict observers.
Kyrgyz Prime Minister Sapar Isakov apologised to Bishkek residents who are freezing in their apartments due to a power plant breakdown.
More than 240,000 residents in five cities will benefit from better heating and hot water after implementation of the project.
Kazakhstan's Energy Ministry and UN agencies are working on a new project to promote green technologies
The country is trying to move away from natural gas and other fossil fuels, which currently account for nearly 90% of its generated power.