Oil pipeline around Chechnya seen opening in may or June of 2000

Oct 08, 1999 02:00 AM

The first deliveries of Azerbaijani oil to Novorossiysk through a new section of pipeline around Chechnya will be launched next May, said Ivan Mazur, CEO of Rosneftegazstroi. Under the terms of the project, the section of the Baku-Novorossiysk pipeline across Dagestan is expected to go into operation in May or June 2000.
Mazur also reported that, at present, the company has about 80 km of pipe prepared for installation out of 320 km required for the line.

Source: VEDOMOSTI via NewsBase
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