The Ministry of Construction of Khabarovsk Territory issued a permission for construction of a standby leg of Eastern Siberia - Pacific Ocean OTPUWC (oil trunk pipeline underwater crossing) across the river Amur to PMC ESPO (“Eastern Siberia - Pacific Ocean” Project Management Centre).
Almost 15 thousand Amur sturgeon juvenile fishes were released into the river Amur in Nanaysky District of Khabarovsk Territory. The environmental activity was conducted as part of the programme of PMC ESPO (subsidiary of Transneft) for the purpose of compensation of possible damage to aquatic bioresources in the company’s regions of presence.
PMC ESPO (a subsidiary of Transneft) completed construction of external power supply (EPS) facilities of OPS No. 6 of Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean Pipeline System (ESPO PS). Upgrading of the energy infrastructure of ESPO PS is a part of the project of extension of the throughput capacity of the oil trunk pipeline up to 80 million tons of oil per year.
Transneft Far East, LLC together with PMC ESPO, LLC (subsidiaries of Transneft) started individual tests of the facilities of new oil pump station (OPS) No. 29. The station is located in Amur Region near Arkhara settlement and is a part of the infrastructure of the second state of Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean (ESPO-2) oil trunk pipeline.
PMC ESPO completed the revamping of the external power supply facilities of PS No.10 on the Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean Pipeline System (ESPO PS). The power infrastructure of ESPO PS is being revamped within the project for extension of the trunk oil pipeline capacity to 80 mtpa.
PMC ESPO LLC has completed the hydraulic testing of two constructed oil storage tanks of 50,000 m3 capacity each (VSFRT-50000) at the main oil pumping station (MOPS) "Tayshet" in the Irkutsk region. The tanks were erected as a part of the project to increase the capacity of the Skovorodino - Mohe oil pipeline to 30 million tons of oil per year.
PMC ESPO is upgrading the energy infrastructure of the Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean Pipeline System (ESPO PS) as part of the project to increase the throughput capacity of the oil trunk pipeline to 80 MTPA.
PMC ESPO (a Transneft subsidiary) is carrying out hydraulic testing of the two new oil storage tanks at Tayshet Pipe-End Pump Station in Irkutsk Region.
Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean Project Management Centre (PMC ESPO, a subsidiary of Transneft) launched construction of an oil storage tank at pipe-end pump station (PEPS) No. 1 Tayshet in Irkutsk region. The work is being done in the scope of the project on increasing the throughput capacity of the ESPO PS in the section from Tayshet PEPS to Skovorodino PS (ESPO-1) to 80 MTPA.