CPC guarantees efficient and environmentally safe movement of crude oil
The Project is designed to increase the trunk pipeline capacity
On 9 July 2020, Caspian Pipeline Consortium handed over fire trucks for the Astrakhan Region’s needs.
In June 2020, CPC Marine Terminal (MT) shipped 4,272,199 gross tons (33,870,179 barrels) of crude oil. MT shipped 43 tankers in June 2020.
Statement of JSC CPC-R press office in connection with incorrect information distribution by Thomson Reuters Agency
CPC Marine Terminal (MT) loaded 4 657 721 gross tons (36 982 067 barrels) in May 2020.
Extraordinary General Meeting of the CPC-R Shareholders and Annual General Meeting of the CPC-K Shareholders were held in a joint presence format on 19-20 May 2020 in Moscow.
Shareholders and leadership of Caspian Pipeline Consortium have donated close to 100 M RUB and nearly 70 M KZT as part of the focused charitable program to aid CPC pipeline route presence regions in Russia and Kazakhstan.
The new May issue of CPC Panorama Corporate Magazine, the second in the year, is published. It was prepared remotely by the Editorial Board due to the epidemiological situation.
In April 2020 CPC Marine Terminal (MT) shipped 5 328 017 t (42 278 004 bbl) gross of crude oil, a 1 197 912 t or nearly 30 % YOY increase.
The past three weeks have demonstrated that the whole of CPC team with high responsibility has adjusted to work in a new environment.
CPC Marine Terminal (MT) loaded 6,450,676 gross tons (51,118,685 barrels) in March 2020.
Caspian Pipeline Consortium is implementing measure required to protect its staff and CPC contractors’ personnel from coronavirus.
Caspian Pipeline Consortium-R has decided to postpone some in-presence events of regional tours of the CPC to Talented Children Festival to mitigate a potential spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
The interest to the festival “CPC to Talented Children” keeps growing: the number of applications in 2020 has increased by more than 50% compared to the previous year.
On March 5, 2020, the 15-millionth ton of crude oil delivered to Tengiz-Novorossiysk pipeline system by LUKOIL was lifted from CPC Marine Terminal.
On March 01, 2020, Caspian Pipeline Consortium subdivisions started preparation of its operation facilities to the spring flood season.