Kazakhstan-China oil Pipeline
LLP Kazakhstan-China Pipeline (KCP) is the owner of two trunk oil pipelines:
- Atasu-Alashankou commissioned in 2006: 965.1 km long (of which 2.2 km are in China), diameter – 813 mm, current throughput capacity is 20 mln t/year;
- Kenkiyak-Kumkol commissioned in 2009: 794.3 km long, diameter 813 mm, current throughput capacity is 10 mln t/year.
Both trunk oil pipelines are the sections of the Kazakhstan-China Pipeline.
The throughput capacity of the Kazakhstan-China Pipeline is currently being increased to reach 20 mln t/year.
In 2020, a total of 15,883 thousand tonnes of oil was transported.
MunaiTas is the owner of the Kenkiyak-Atyrau trunk oil pipeline commissioned in 2004. The trunk oil pipeline is 448.8 km long, diameter – 610 mm, throughput capacity is currently 6 mln t/year.
In 2018, the Company started implementing the reversal of the Kenkiyak-Atyrau oil pipeline to supply oil of West Kazakhstan to Kazakhstan oil refineries and level out the decreased oil production in Aktobe and Kyzylorda Oblasts, and to export up to 6 mln t/year of oil to China.
In 2020, a total of 3,321 thousand tonnes of oil was transported.
Caspian Pipeline Consortium
Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) is an international oil transportation project involving Kazakhstan, Russia and industry leaders, which was established to construct and operate the 1510 km long trunk oil pipeline (of which 452 km are in Kazakhstan). The CPC pipeline is one of the priorities among export supplies of Kazakhstan oil, which links Tengiz, a Kazakhstan oil field, with Yuzhnaya Ozereyevka oil terminal in the Black Sea (near Novorossiysk port). Oil is transported via the CPC pipeline using 15 oil pump stations, an oil tank farm totalling 1.3 million m3 and three single mooring points.
In 2020, a total of 59,027 thousand tonnes of oil was transported.