Kazakhstan reports on oil throughput into CPC Pipeline

Jul 04, 2001 02:00 AM

Kazakhstan has pumped over 550,000 tons of oil into the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) pipe, Zinon Abdrakhmanov, CPC Eastern Region Manager, reported.
The Kazakh oil has come 1,060 km through the Tengiz-Novorossiisk pipeline (the total length of the pipeline is 1,580 km). The oil is now being pumped through the central part of the Stavropol territory of Russia. To fill the pipe to pump oil to Novorossiisk, 1 mm tons of oil in all is necessary, said Abdrakhmanov.

Oil is being pumped into the pipeline continuously using two KazTransOil pumps, and 20,000 tons of oil is pumped every day, Abdrakhmanov said.
Started in late March, the pumping of oil into the Tengiz-Novorossiisk pipeline was stopped several times, which caused a change in the date of loading the first tanker in Novorossiisk (this was originally scheduled for late June).

Source: The Times of Central Asia
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