Caspian Pipeline Consortium, Russia
The volume of oil export via CPC in March 2017 grew by 17.08% to 4.929 mln tons against March 2016, CPC reports.
The Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) has paid $210 million to shareholders of the consortium for the first quarter of 2017.
Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) has discussed the aspects of cooperation with the largest producer of drag reducing agents for route oil pipelines.
In February 2017, the volume of the oil export through the Caspian Pipeline Consortium’s terminal increased by 2.5% compared with last February to 3.906 million tons, CPC reports materials.
Russia will pay for the additional issue of ordinary shares of "Transneft" by making its capital of 100% of the shares of two companies, one of which has a stake in the Caspian Pipeline C
On February 8, 2017, representatives of the Anglo-Dutch concern Shell visited the facilities of Transneft in Novorossiysk.
On February 6th 2017 the Komsomolsk oil pumping station in Kalmykia accepted the first million ton of oil from Lukoil to the pipeline system of CPC.
In December 2016, the export of oil through the terminal of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) increased compared to the same period last year by 11.38% to 4.517 million tons, the company report
By the end of the year, o40 million tons of oil will be exported via the Caspian Pipeline Consortium from Kazakhstan to the Black Sea port of Novorossiisk.
In November 2016, the volume of oil exports through the Caspian Pipeline Consortium terminal (CPC) decreased by 11.08% compared to the same period of the previous year to 4.439 million tons.