Caspian Pipeline Consortium decreases oil shipping
Azerbaijan, Baku, Aug.1 / Trend E.Ismayilov /
The Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) shareholders shipped 17.8 million tons of CPC Blend oil via the South Ozereyka-2 terminal in January-July compared to about 19 million tons during the same period of 2011, the CPC website reported on Wednesday.
The shareholders shipped about 2.56 million tons of oil in July compared to a bit more than 3 million tons during the same period of 2011.
In 2011, Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) shareholders shipped about 32 million tons of CPC Blend oil via the South Ozereyka-2 terminal compared to over 34.92 million tons in 2010.
The shareholders shipped 34.57 million tons in 2009. Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) shareholders shipped about 31.5 million tons in 2008. The index was 32.6 mln in 2007.
CPC shippers who transport and ship crude via the terminal are:
- Tengizshevroil - First signed agreements.
- Arman - Affiliated shipper of the Oryx Caspian Pipeline LLC. Currently, it is owned by Shell.
- Embammunaygaz and Kazoil-Aktobe - Affiliated shippers of the Kazakstan Pipeline Ventures LLC
- CNPC-Aktobemunaygaz - Deals with transporting and loading crude via the terminal using access to the Kazakh government;
- Litasko - affiliated shipper.
- Karachaganak Petroleum Operating B.V. - Second shipper in terms of volume of transported crude after Tengizshevroil;
- NaftaTrans and affiliated companies - Authorized to represent oil of Russian producers in CPC.