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Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean Project Management centre finishes welding and assembly of metall structures at oil storage tank No. 9 at Tayshet IPS in Irkutsk Region

Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean Project Management Centre (PMC ESPO, a subsidiary of Transneft) has finished the assembly of metal structures for oil storage tank No. 9 with the capacity of 50,000 m3 (VSFRT-50000) at Tayshet initial pumping station (IPS)-1 in Irkutsk region.Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean Project Management Centre (PMC ESPO, a subsidiary of Transneft) has finished the assembly of metal structures for oil storage tank No. 9 with the capacity of 50,000 m3 (VSFRT-50000) at Tayshet initial pumping station (IPS)-1 in Irkutsk region.

Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean Project Management centre (PMC ESPO) lays siphon under Chepchiki and Krivaya anabranches in Khabarovsk Territory as part of ESPO-2 underwater crossing construction at Amur River

PMC ESPO (a subsidiary of Transneft) has laid a siphon (an underwater oil pipeline section) crossing the Krivaya and Chepchiki anabranches as part of the construction of a standby leg of ESPO-2 underwater crossing of the Amur River. The length of the siphon, laid in a bottom trench, is 495 meters.

PMC ESPO, LLC, has started construction of a standby leg of one of the longest underwater crossings of Eastern Siberia-Pacific Ocean PS (pipeline system)

PMC ESPO (a subsidiary of Transneft) has started construction and assembly works at the standby leg of the underwater crossing of oil trunk pipeline of Eastern Siberia-Pacific Ocean Pipeline System (ESPO PS) across the river Amur in Khabarovsk Territory. The standby leg is constructed for the purpose of increasing reliability of ESPO pipeline system.

PMC ESPO, LLC, has finished implementation of the project on equipping Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean pipeline with the overpressure protection system

PMC ESPO (a subsidiary of Transneft) successfully finished implementation of the investment project “Protection System of Oil Trunk Pipeline (PSOTP) as regards Pressure”. The project is meant for securing safe oil transportation in case of increasing capacity of Eastern Siberia-Pacific Ocean pipeline system (ESPO PS) up to 80 million tons of oil a year.