In 2016, the Zapolyarye – Purpe oil trunk pipeline construction project was completed, which made it possible to feed crude from new oilfields in various districts of Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Area to the system of oil trunk pipelines.
In 2016, the Kuyumba – Tayshet oil trunk pipeline construction project was completed, which made it possible to feed crude from new oilfields in various districts of Krasnoyarsk Territory to the system of oil trunk pipelines.
In 2012, the Baltic Pipeline System-2 (BPS-2) construction project was completed, which made it possible to diversify oil supplies to Western Europe by redistribution of crude oil shipping from foreign ports to the Russian port in the Baltic Sea.
In 2009, facilities of the Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean oil pipeline system were commissioned: the Tayshet – Skovorodino section (the ESPO-1) and Kozmino specialised sea oil port; the first tanker with ESPO grade oil was loaded.
In 2012, facilities of the Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean oil pipeline system were commissioned: the Skovorodino – Kozmino section (the ESPO-2). After the project’s completion, crude oil to be loaded for export started flowing to Kozmino Port via oil trunk pipelines.
In 2010, the Skovorodino – Mohe oil pipeline was commissioned, which is an offshoot from the ESPO pipeline system providing for export supplies of Russian oil to China in the amount of up to 15 MTPA.
In 2017, expansion facilities for the Skovorodino – Mohe oil pipeline were commissioned, which increased the oil pipeline’s throughput capacity to 30 MTPA.
In 2017, expansion facilities for the Yaroslavl – Moscow oil trunk pipeline were commissioned, which boosted the volumes of oil supplied to Gazpromneft-MNPZ refinery to 12 MTPA.
Revamping the Kuibyshev – Tikhoretsk and the Zhirnovsk – Volgograd OTPs to Ensure Oil Supply to Volgograd Refinery in the Amount of up to 14.5 MTPA.
In 2017, revamped facilities of the Kuibyshev – Tikhoretsk and Zhirnovsk – Volgograd oil trunk pipelines were commissioned, which enabled the increase of crude supplies to LUKOIL – Volgograd Refinery’s refinery to 14.5 MTPA.
In 2018, revamping of Transneft Kama Region’s facilities which enabled oil supplies via the system of oil trunk pipelines to TANECO’s refinery in the amount of up to 14 MTPA was completed.
The Tengiz – Novorossiysk oil trunk pipeline owned by Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) is designated for the export of Russian and Kazakh crude via the CPC sea terminal.
In 2018, activities aimed at developing the system of trunk pipelines to ensure the increase of the volume of pumping of light petroleum products up to 25 MTPA to the port of Primorsk were completed.
In 2017, construction of the Volgograd – Tikhoretsk petroleum products trunk pipeline was completed, as well as activities to develop the system of trunk pipelines on the Tikhoretsk – Novorossiysk section that enabled diesel supplies by pipeline to the port of Novorossiysk from refineries of the Russian Federation in the amount of up to 6 MTPA.
In 2018, construction of the railroad loading rack at IPS Tinguta was completed, enabling to feed up to 2 MTPA of petroleum products to the Transneft system of trunk pipelines for their further transportation to the port of Novorossiysk.
In 2017, construction on the Volgograd Refinery – Tinguta IPS petroleum products trunk pipeline was completed, that enabled feeding of class EURO-5 diesel produced by LUKOIL-Volgograd Refinery into Transneft’s PPTP system in the amount of up to 4 MTPA.
Revamping the System of Trunk Pipelines for Increasing Petroleum Products Transportation to the Moscow Area
In 2018, measures were completed that enabled deliveries of motor petrols in the amount of up to 3.1 MTPA as well as aviation kerosene in the amount of up to 5.1 MTPA to consumers in the Moscow region.
Under the project, an 8-MTPA ESPO-II PS oil trunk pipeline offshoot was constructed, including pipeline facilities, new oil pumping stations with external power supply and communication facilities.
The project includes revamping of the operating pumping stations with tank farms and the construction of oil heating stations.