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  • August 03 2022CPC Press Service Communication

    In view of the repairs at Tengiz field in the Republic of Kazakhstan, crude oil from the field is being received in a reduced mode at the CPC pipeline system head section (Tengiz PS).Also due to the suspension of oil production at Kashagan field, the oil volumes received in CPC pipeline system have been reduced.

CPC Press Service Communication

In view of the repairs at Tengiz field in the Republic of Kazakhstan, crude oil from the field is being received in a reduced mode at the CPC pipeline system head section (Tengiz PS).Also due to the suspension of oil production at Kashagan field, the oil volumes received in CPC pipeline system have been reduced.

CPC-K Power Supply Restored

On 29 July 2022 power supply of CPC-K Kurmangazy PS and Isatai PS was restored, which allowed getting the pipeline facilities back to normal operation.

Process Disruption Notice

This is to inform you that adverse weather conditions in the Atyrau Region of the Republic of Kazakhstan (rain, thunderstorm, hurricane wind) and collapse of several 220KV overhead power transmission line poles caused power supply shutdown of the CPC-K facilities in the Republic: Kurmangazy PS and Isatai PS.

Second Meeting of the Safe Work Culture Committee

On 25 July 2022 at the CPC Moscow Office, General Director of the Consortium Nikolay Gorban chaired the second meeting of the corporate managing Safe Work Culture Committee. The meeting was attended by the CPC heads of departments, teams and services, regional managers (by video conference), representatives of contractors.

CPC Management visits facility sites in the Republic of Kalmykia and the Stavropol Region

On July 16, 2022, CPC General Director Nikolay Gorban and representatives of the Operations and Construction Projects Execution Departments visited PS-3 in the Republic of Kalmykia and PS-4 and PS-5 in the Stavropol Krai

CPC Management Inspect Western Region Pump Stations

On 17 July 2022, CPC General Director Nikolay Gorban and operation specialists visited the Western Region pump stations

CPC Management Make a Working Trip to the Mountainous Segment of the Oil Pipeline and Marine Terminal

On 18 July 2022, a group of CPC operation and construction projects execution specialists headed by CPC General Director Nikolay Gorban made a working trip to the mountainous segment of the oil pipeline and CPC Marine Terminal near Novorossiysk. The General Director inspected the MT Tank Farm and Shore Facilities, held a meeting with the MT management on various issues of MT operation and Debottlenecking Program (DBN) of the CPC oil pipeline system.

CPC Management Inspected three of the Consortium's Pump Stations Located in the Astrakhan Region and Republic of Kalmykia

On July 15, 2022, CPC General Director Nikolay Gorban and the Consortium's operations and construction projects specialists visited А-PS-5А in the Astrakhan Oblast, PS Komsomolskaya and PS-2 in the Republic of Kalmykia. Unscheduled audits of CPC/contractor personnel readiness for emergency response were delivered.

CPC Management Visit A-PS-4A and Astrakhanskaya PS

On 14 July 2022, in the course of a working trip to the industrial facilities of the CPC Central Region, CPC General Director Nikolay Gorban, senior managers and specialists for operation and execution of construction projects visited the pump stations – А-PS-4А and Astrakhanskaya PS.

Environmental Educational Project – Protect Nature of Our Native Land Was Launched in Krasnodar Krai

On July 13, 2022, activities of the environmental educational project “Protect Nature of Our Native Land.

On Court Ruling Change

Krasnodar Krai Court considered the appeal against the Ruling of Novorossiysk Primorsky District Court,

On Ruling of Novorossiysk Primorsky District Court

By order of Viktoria Abramchenko, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, No. VA-P11-5574, Rostechnadzor (A. Trembitsky), Rosprirodnadzor (S. Radionova) and Rosmorrechflot (A. Lavrishev) were instructed to assess technical condition of hazardous operation facilities of CPC-R JSC and compliance with environmental requirements during their operation.

On Sending a Motion to Suspend the Court Ruling Execution

Under the Ruling of the judge of Primorsky District Court of Novorossiysk, Krasnodar Krai, JSC "Caspian Pipeline Consortium-R" has been sentenced to administrative suspension of activities for thirty (30) days by virtue of Part 4, Article 14.1.2. of the RF CoAO.

Start of the second round of remote auditions of international contest “CPC for Talented Children 2022”

Acceptance of applications as part of the second round of “CPC for Talented Children” contest completed on July 1, 2022,

On Operation of Single Point Mooring of CPC Marine Terminal

At present, the three SPMs at CPC's disposal are in working order and ready for normal operation.

Clearance of residual danger from mines goes on in CPC Marine Terminal water area

Caspian Pipeline Consortium has been implementing a long-term preventive maintenance project to replace the SPM-1 and SPM-2 buoys, the project involving some activities touching the seabed: the submarine manifolds will be replaced, anchor chains laid, caisson anchors and other SPM equipment installed.

CPC Comments on Court Session

CPC requested the court once again to carry out forensic examination so as to raise the following questions

CPC and Krasnodar Krai Executed a New Cooperation Agreement

On 20 June 2022, Nikolay Gorban, General Director of Caspian Pipeline Consortium, and Veniamin Kondratiev, Head of Krasnodar Krai Administration (Governor), executed a new Cooperation Agreement between the Consortium and the Region.

Meeting with EMERCOM of Russia

Under the guidance of CPC General Director Nikolay Gorban a working meeting was held on June 18, 2022 at the CPC Marine Terminal with the management of the combined team of the EMERCOM of Russia, conducting work on the additional survey of the SPM-1 and SPM-2 water area for the detection of explosive hazards on the seabed.