Central Asian FSU republics set to expand oil export pipeline network

03/09/1998
David I. Hutchison Wood Mackenzie Consultants Ltd. Edinburgh Central Asia's Oil Export Pipelines [134,283 bytes] Central Asia Existing Oil Pipelines [27,531 bytes] Main Central Asia Oil Pipelines [113,501 bytes] Central Asia Liquids Forcast [9,064 bytes] Production Sources in Central Asia in 2020 [54,842 bytes] Central Asia Planned/Proposed Oil Export Pipelines [119,453 bytes] Central Asia Export Potential and Pipeline Capacity [73,351 bytes] The oil industry in the central Asian/Caspian Sea region of the former Soviet Union is entering an exciting new phase as governments look to exploit massive reserves. This phase is characte...
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