Work planned on first part of Taishet-Nakhodka line

The first section of Russia’s proposed Taishet-Nakhodka pipeline will be laid in 2008, and two oil companies-Surgutneftegaz and OAO Yukos-will provide the crude oil to fill it, according to Russian Minister of Industry and Energy Viktor Khristenko.“Work on the project is to be completed in July, and after that the project will be checked by experts,” Khristenko told a May 30 meeting of cabinet members at Russian President Vladimir Putin’s office in Moscow.The first stage of construction-with a capacity of 30 million tonnes/year of oil-also will involve building an oil terminal in Perevoznaya Bay. Near the pipeline’s terminus at Skovorodino, an oil-loading fac...

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