Significant Progress in CPC Expansion Project in Kazakhstan Noted
On 5-6 November 2014 CPC General Director N.G. Brunich visited Expansion Phase 1 construction sites in Kazakhstan - the Atyrau and Tengiz pump stations. In the course of his inspection he noted significant progress in construction and installation, approved actions of all parties involved in the construction process, and also received an update on the commissioning schedule for the facilities.
CPC Replenished Biological Resources of the Black Sea Basin
During October 27-29, 2014, Caspian Pipeline Consortium let go 280,000 juvenile fishes of the Black-Sea salmon under the program of artificial reproduction of biological water resources. The spawn were released into the Mzytma River and its tributaries near Monastyr Village, within Sochi National Park.
CPC Pipeline Operations Have Resumed after a Scheduled Shutdown
On October 22, crude oil transportation by Tengiz-Novorossiysk Pipeline was fully shut down for 72 hours to carry out scheduled work on repair and replacement of block valves, current pipeline maintenance and connection of new facilities under the project of increasing the pipeline capacity.
Tank Farm Expansion is on Schedule
Nikolay Brunich, General Director of Caspian Pipeline Consortium inspected the Expansion Project facilities as part of his business trip to Krasnodar Krai on October 15-16.
CPC Loaded a Record Quantity of Crude Oil
Caspian Pipeline Consortium loaded a record quantity of crude oil from its Marine Terminal in March. It loaded 3.293 mln tons, which is a new monthly record since the system started operating.
CPC commissions SPM3
Caspian Pipeline Consortium has commissioned the third single point mooring (SPM-3) for commercial operation at its Marine Terminal near Novorossiysk.