Russian oil pipelines set for expansion

RUSSIAN OIL AND GAS TRANSPORTATION-1Russia's vast oil and natural gas pipeline networks face significant growth and upgrading in the near future, creating numerous opportunities for Western suppliers.Projects that expand or revitalize export routes are especially high on the country's priority list.This first of a two-part series looks at Russia's liquids pipelines and how their expansion is needed to support export markets. The conclusion next week will cover plans for natural gas pipelines.Transneft-the key player Click here to enlarge imageRussia's existing national oil pipeline network contains 46,800 km (more than 29,000 miles) of trunk pipelines, 395 pump stations, ...

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