STROYNOVATSIYA COMPLETES RECONSTRUCTION OF KOMSOMOLSKAYA OPS
Stroynovatsiya Completes Reconstruction of Komsomolskaya OPS
Stroynovatsiya, a Summa Group company, has completed the reconstruction of the Komsomolskaya Oil Pumping Station in the Republic of Kalmykia. The pumping station was reconstructed as part of the first phase of the expansion of the capacity of the pipeline of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) from 28.2 million tonnes to 35 million tonnes per year without using anti-friction additives. During the reconstruction, the work was done to modernize the equipment at the sites, including the main pumps and filters, pressure wave smoothing systems, temporary sludge storage receptacles, metering equipment, etc. The company has also completed the reconstruction of access and on-site roads with landscaping.
â€œThe company has successfully completed the difficult work related to the reconstruction of the existing Komsomolskaya pumping station. According to the schedule, this year we will complete the construction of pumping stations 3 and 4 (NPS-3 and NPS-4) in the second phase of the capacity expansion of the CPC pipeline system,â€? said Eldar Nagaplov, Chairman of the Board of Stroynovatsiya. The expansion is planned in three phases and scheduled for completion in 2015. As a result, the pipeline capacity will increase to 67 million tonnes per year.
The CPC expansion project involves the construction of 10 additional pump stations (two in the Republic of Kazakhstan, eight in the Russian Federation), six crude oil storage tanks near Novorossiysk and a third single point mooring at the CPC Marine Terminal, as well as the replacement of 88 kilometers of pipeline in Kazakhstan. As part of the expansion of the CPC pipeline, in the period from 2011 to 2015, Stroynovatsiya, on the request of â€œCaspian Pipeline Consortium-R,â€? will build four new pumping stations (NPS-2, NPS-3, NPS-4 and NPS-5). The CPC pipeline system connects the oil fields in Western Kazakhstan (Tengiz, Karachaganak) with the Russian coast of the Black Sea (the South Ozereyevka terminal near Novorossiysk). The construction and operation of the pipeline are the responsibility of the international stock company Caspian Pipeline Consortium.
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