Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan plan to revive the Baku-Supsa oil pipeline

Natalya Butyrina

The Ministry of Energy of Kazakhstan stated that Astana and Baku are considering the possibility of launching oil transportation through the „Baku-Supsa“ pipeline. They noted that the parties are currently discussing this issue.

Kazakh Energy Minister Almassadam Satkaliev said that Kadakhstan and Azerbaijan are planning to launch oil transportation via the „Baku-Supsa“ pipeline. The route to the Georgian port of Supsa has a capacity of 5 million tons per year.

“Sarmatia” oil pipeline joint stock company opts for new president

Lada Yevgrashina

Sarmatia Oil Pipeline Joint Stock Company has changed president, Trend reports via Sarmatia.

According to the decision of shareholders, the JSC was headed by Bozena Knipfelberg, a representative of the Polish company PERN S.A.

To note, the company was established in 2004 on the initiative of PERN Przyjazn and Ukrtransnafta for the completion of the Odessa-Brody-Plotsk-Gdansk oil pipeline.

KazTransOil boost oil transit from Aktau port to Baku

Kazakhstan Today

The volume of transportation of Kazakh oil for export from the port of Aktau amounted to 3.376 million tons from January through 2023, which is 1.108 million tons more than the same period in 2022, stated KazTransOil JSC - the oil pipeline company of the Republic of Kazakhstan that provides services for transporting oil to the domestic market, for transit purposes, and for export.

“DeGolyer and MacNoughton” starts counting Caspian deposits according to new ckassification


Within the framework of cooperation between SOCAR and "DeGolyer and MacNaughton", work on counting 27 fields according to SPE-PRMS classification in the Azerbaijani sector of the Caspian Sea has started, Trend reports.

According to the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan Republic (SOCAR), a meeting was held between SOCAR President Rovshan Najaf and Chairman and CEO of DeGolyer and MacNaughton John W. Wallace.

Kazakhstan plans to deliver 100,000 tons of oil to Germany via the Druzhba pipeline in August

Anna Pavlenko

Kazakhstan plans to deliver 100,000 tons of oil to Germany through the “Druzhba” pipeline in August this year.

This was announced on Sunday by the press service of the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

According to the information, it is planned to transport oil in the direction of PSN “Samara” for its further delivery in the direction of “Adamova zastava” (Poland - Germany) from the resources of the company "Karachaganak Petroleum Operating" B.V.

SOCAR, KazMunayGas ink memorandum on transit of Kazakhstani oil


Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR and Kazakhstan’s National Company KazMunayGas have signed a Memorandum of Strategic Cooperation for the transit of Kazakhstani oil through the territory of Azerbaijan, Trend reports.

The document was signed following a meeting between the Prime Ministers of Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan, Ali Asadov and Alikhan Smailov, in Baku, says Azerbaijan’s Cabinet of Ministers.

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