Uraltransnefteprodukt reports on performance in 1998

May 19, 1999 02:00 AM

The republic of Bashkortostan's official news service announced last week that Uraltransnefteprodukt had pumped 7.075 million tons of refined petroleum products through its pipelines last year.
No comparative data from 1997 were available.
Uraltransnefteprodukt handles more than 60% of all pipeline shipments of petroleum products within Bashkortostan. Its main task is transporting the products turned out by Bashkir oil refineries, but it also handles westward-bound shipments of products from the Omsk oil refinery in Siberia.

The company controls nine product pipelines stretching over 4,900 km as well as 15 line-production dispatcher stations, storage facilities with a usable capacity of 834,000 cubic cm, 2 railway terminal facilities and a small automobile fleet.

Uraltransnefteprodukt is majority-owned by the state-controlled product pipeline operator Transnefteprodukt, but the Bashkir Fuel Company -- set up in 1998 on the basis of five republican fuel, energy and petrochemical concerns -- also holds a minority stake.

Source: NewsBase
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