Baku-Supsa pipeline could be operating within 6 months

Oct 27, 1998 01:00 AM

The Baku-Supsa pipeline across Georgia for transporting Azerbaijan's Caspian Sea oil to the West will begin operating in less than six months, the head of the Azerbaijani state oil company said recently.
The line connecting Azerbaijan's capital, Baku, and the Georgian Black Sea port of Supsa will start pumping oil April 1, Natik Aliev said. Aliev was in Georgia's capital for talks with President Eduard Shevardnadze.

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