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Two pumping stations will be built in the Amur Region

Two pumping stations will be built in the Amur Region
Photo: transneft.ru

Two oil pumping stations in the Magdagachinsky and Seryshevsky districts of the Amur region will be built by Transneft this year. Their construction will be engaged in the project to expand the capacity of the pipeline East Siberia - Pacific Ocean-2 (ESPO).

In the ESPO-2, oil is delivered from fields in Eastern and Western Siberia to Far East refineries and markets in the Asia-Pacific region. The new capacity in the Amur Region will allow to increase the annual capacity of the pipeline to 2020 million tons by 50.

As the press service of the regional government, the company is a major taxpayer of the Amur region. It is expected that this year the Amur region will receive about two billion rubles.