Caspian Pipeline Consortium

In January, CPC increased shipment of oil by 16% to over 5.6 mln tons

The shipment of oil for export through the marine terminal of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) in January 2019 amounted to more than 5.6 million tons.

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In 2018, CPC shipped over 61 mln tons of oil from marine terminal

In 2018, marine terminal of the Caspian pipeline consortium (CPC) shipped 61.08 million tons of gross oil, which is by 6 million tons more than the results of 2017, and set a new record for the ann

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In 2019, CPC to increase oil shipment by 11%

Caspian Pipeline Consortium has intended to increase oil shipments by 10.8% to 67.7 million tons this year. This is stated in the CPC’s message, distributed on Thursday.

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In the first 11 months, oil export via CPC grew by 10.5% to 55 mln tons

In November, oil shipment at marine terminal of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) amounted to 5.2 million tons, which is by almost 3% more than in the same period of 2017, the company's pre

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500 million tons of Kazakh oil shipped at the CPC marine terminal since the launch of the pipeline system

A 500 millionth ton of oil, delivered by Kazakhstan shippers to the Tengiz - Novorossiysk trunk pipeline since the start of operation of the CPC pipeline system, was shipped at the sea terminal of

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In October 2018, oil shipment at CPC grew by almost 10%

In October 2018, 5 112 867 gross tons (40 343 876 barrels) were shipped at the marine terminal of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC). This was reported by the CPC.

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CPC intends to reduce debt to shareholders to $2.4 bln in 2018

The Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) has intended to reduce its debt to shareholders to $2.4 billion in 2018, the company reports.

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In August 2018, oil export through terminal of CPC grew by 7% to 4.7 mln cubic meters

In August 2018, oil shipment through the Caspian Pipeline Сonsortium's marine terminal amounted to 4 725 374 gross tons (37 282 424 barrels).

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Capacity of CPC’s oil pipeline system may be increased to 72 mln tons per year

The capacity of the pipeline system of the Caspian pipeline consortium (CPC) can be increased from 67 to 72 million tons of oil per year through the use of a special additive, said head of Transnef

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In January-July, CPC increased oil export by 11.8%

In January-July 2018, Caspian pipeline consortium (CPC) exported 35.48 million tons of oil, which is by 11.77% more than in the same period of 2017, a correspondent of the Kazinform transmits with

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