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Russian Court Orders CPC Crude Oil Pipeline to Stop Operations

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A Russian court ordered the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) to suspend operations for 30 days. CPC carries oil from Kazakhstan into Russia and to the edge of the Black Sea. Around 80 percent of Kazakhstan's oil exports move through the Novorossiysk oil terminal. The timing of the decision has naturally raised some eyebrows.
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Russian Court Orders CPC Crude Oil Pipeline to Stop Operations

[Moscow 6th Reuters] - A Russian court issued a 30-day shutdown order for the “Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC)”, a crude oil pipeline from Kazakhstan to the Black Sea. Measures related to responding to crude oil spills. CPC transports about 1% of the world's crude oil, and there is a possibility that concerns about crude oil supply will intensify. The US government has invoked sanctions against Russian oil, but insists that crude oil transport…

1 month ago·United Kingdom
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Radio Free Europe/ RadioLiberty

Russian Court Orders Caspian Pipeline Consortium To Suspend Operations

A Russian court has ordered the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC), which brings oil from Kazakhstan to the Black Sea, to suspend activity for 30 days.

1 month ago·Czechia
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The Moscow Times

Russian Court Suspends Kazakh Oil Pipeline's Operations

The Caspian Pipeline Consortium pipeline will be out of operation for 30 days.

1 month ago·Moscow, Russian Federation
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The Diplomat

Pipeline Critical to Kazakh Oil Exports Ordered to Halt Operations by Russian Court

The timing of the decision has naturally raised some eyebrows, but of greater consequence is the lack of diversification of export routes for Kazakh oil.

1 month ago·Tokyo, Japan
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