KazTransOil Western Branch is a 2,669km-long onshore, shallow water pipeline project operated by KazTransOil. This oil pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 40 inches, starts at Mangystau Oblast (Kazakhstan) and ends in Samara Oblast (Russia).
The KazTransOil Western Branch project started operations in 1969 and is owned by National Company KazMunayGas.
The KazTransOil Western Branch project is associated with the 3880km KazTransOil Eastern Branch.
KazTransOil (KazTrans), a subsidiary of National Company KazMunayGas is an oil and gas company that operates in the business of transporting oil and petroleum products. The company provides pumping, trans shipment, unloading, loading, storage, and blending services. It also operates business of operation and technical maintenance of main pipelines; organization of transportation and transit of Kazakh oil via pipeline networks of other states; provision of services on water delivery via main pipeline and distribution networks; and implementation of other kinds of activity provided by the charter. The company offers provision of services on production, transfer and distribution of heating energy, transfer and distribution of power. It has presence in Kazakhstan and Cyprus. KazTrans is headquartered in Astana, Kazakhstan.
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