Kazakhstan Holds Talks With Azerbaijan, Georgia on Pipeline
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Информационное Агентство BLOOMBERG
By Nariman Gizitdnov
Sept. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Kazakhstan, the holder of 3.2 percent of the world's oil, is having alks with Azerbaijan and Georgia about the possible construction of an oil pipeline to
The new pipeline from Baku to Batumi, an oil terminal in which KazMunaiGaz National Co. has bought a stake, may carry 10 million tons of crude a ear, according to Timur Kulibayev, who heads Kazenergy, an Astana-based private association, which includes Chevron Corp. and BG Group Plc as members. If Kazakhstan does not get access to the BP-led Baku-Supsa pipeline, a new pipeline can be built ``quite fast,'' he said.