Caspian Consortium is a 1,511km-long onshore pipeline project operated by Caspian Pipeline Consortium. This oil pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 42 inches, starts at Atyrau Oblast (Kazakhstan) and ends in Krasnodar Krai (Russia).
The Caspian Consortium project started operations in 2001 and is owned by AK Transneft, National Company KazMunayGas, Chevron, Lukoil Oil, Exxon Mobil, Royal Dutch Shell, Rosneft Oil, and Eni.
The Caspian Consortium project is associated with the 635km Karachaganak–Bolshoi Chagan–Atyrau.
About Caspian Pipeline Consortium
Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) operates as an oil and gas company that offers transportation of crude oil and natural gas products. The company undertakes the construction and operation of the trunk oil pipeline more than 1,500 km long. Its pipeline system collects crude oil from large oil fields of West Kazakhstan, and crude oil from Russian producers. CPC trunk oil pipeline accepts crude oil from different oil fields and with different properties. The company offers crude oil, which is transported through the CPC pipeline to the Company’s Marine Terminal in Yuzhnaya Ozereevka. It offers crude oil, which is loaded on ocean going tankers for delivery to the world markets. CPC is headquartered in Moscow, Russia.
Information on the pipeline is sourced from GlobalData’s Oil & Gas Pipelines database that provides detailed information on all active and upcoming, crude oil, natural gas, petroleum products and Natural Gas Liquids (NGL) trunk pipelines globally. Not all companies mentioned in the article may be currently existing due to their merger or acquisition or business closure.