Kazakhstan-China Pipeline

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Economically viable route to export Kazakhstan oil

Kazakhstan is a country
possessing the richest resources
of hydrocarbon raw products
in Central Asia.

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10
mln tons per annum Maximum throughput of the pipeline - 10 mln tons a year
794,2
km Length of the pipeline – 794,263 km
6,2
mln tons of oil 6,2 mln tons of oil was transported through Kenkiyak - Kumkol pipeline in 2015

Kenkiyak - Kumkol

Kenkiyak - Kumkol oil pipeline is intended for transportation of oil from West-Kazakhstan and Aktobe oilfields. The initial point is Kenkiyak CTP, terminal point is Kumkol CTP. The maximum capacity of the pipeline is 10 mln tons a year; pipeline length is 794.174 km. The project includes construction of relay pump stations along the pipeline to increase oil transportation volumes.

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20
mln tons per annum Maximum throughput of the pipeline - 20 mln. tons a year



965,1
km Length of the pipeline – 965,1 km
11,8
mln tons of oil 11.8 mln. tons of oil was transported through Atasu - Alashankou pipeline in 2015

Atasu - Alashankou

Atasu - Alashankou crude oil pipeline is designed for transportation of oil from West-Kazakhstan, Aktobe and Kumkol oilfields to China, as well as for transit of Russian oil.

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