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Трубопроводная система «Восточная Сибирь – Тихий океан»

Basis for Implementation of the Project:

  • Directive of the Russian Government  No. 1737-r dated 31 December 2004, as amended in directives of the Russian Government No. 1246-r dated 05 September 2006, No. 231-r dated 27 February 2008 and No. 455-r dated 03 April 2009.
  • A list of instructions by Chairman of the Russian Government, following the results of the meeting On Prospective Development of Pipeline Transportation of Crude Oil and Petroleum Products dated 18 February 2014.

The Goal of the Project:

Ensuring transportation of oil from oilfields in Eastern Siberia to Russian refineries as well as oil export to APR markets via the port of Kozmino and to the People’s Republic of China.

Construction of the ESPO-1

Construction of the Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean oil trunk pipeline at the section from Tayshet initial pumping station to Skovorodino pumping station with the throughput capacity of up to 30 MTPA and the length of the line reaching 2,694 km, with construction of seven pumping stations. Construction of an oil port in Kozmino Bay.

In 2009, the construction was completed and the facility was commissioned.

Development of the ESPO-1

Stepwise expansion of the throughput capacity up to 50 MTPA, with construction of five new pumping stations (phase I) and to 58 MTPA, with construction of three new pumping stations (phase II).

The first phase was completed in 2012; the second one – in 2014.

Further Development of the ESPO-1

As part of the plan to increase the throughput capacity to 80 MTPA, construction of six new PSs and revamping of the existing pumping stations is anticipated, along with construction of a 50,000 m3 tank.

In 2017, three new pumping stations were commissioned, and two existing pumping stations were revamped, which allowed to increase the oil pipeline’s throughput capacity to 73 MTPA.

In 2018, revamping of Tayshet initial pumping station was completed, with construction of a 50,000 m3 tank, along with works on the construction of three new pumping stations with external power supply facilities.

Completion of the project,  which will increase the oil pipeline’s throughput capacity at the section from Tayshet initial pumping station to Skovorodino pumping station to 80 MTPA is scheduled for 2019.

Construction of the ESPO-2

Construction of the Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean oil trunk pipeline at the Skovorodino PS – Kozmino SSOP section with the throughput capacity of up to 30 MTPA and the length of the line reaching 2,046 km, with construction of eight pumping stations.

In 2012, the construction was completed and the facility was commissioned.

Further Development of the ESPO-2

To increase the throughput capacity to 50 MTPA, construction of four new pumping stations and revamping of the currently operating PSs is anticipated along with construction of tanks having the volume of 100,000 m3.

One pumping station was commissioned in 2017, which enabled to raise the oil pipeline’s throughput capacity to 45 MTPA.

In 2018, construction of three new pumping stations with external power supply facilities and revamping of the existing PSs were carried out.

Completion of the project, which will increase the throughput capacity of the oil pipeline at the Skovorodino PS – Kozmino SSOP section up to 50 MTPA, is scheduled for 2019.

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