Project implementation objective - Provide oil intake from the new fields of Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District and the north of Krasnoyarsk Territory: Urengoy fields of Gazprom, Suzun, Tagul, Russkoye, Russko-Rechensky fields of Rosneft, Messoyakha and East Messoyakha fields (Rosneft, Gazprom Neft) Pyakyakhinsk field (LUKOIL) by the system of trunk oil pipelines.
Project implementation objective - Provide oil intake from the new fields of the Krasnoyarsk Territory - Kuyumba (Rosneft, Gazprom Neft) Yurubcheno-Tokhoma (Rosneft) to Transneft trunk oil pipelines system.
Development of trunk oil pipelines system to increase petroleum products supply to Primorsk Port to 15 MTPA (Sever Project)
Project implementation objective - The increase of diesel fuel transfer from 8.5 MTPA to 15 MPTA in the direction of Primorsk Port.
The year of 2012 marked the commissioning of the facilities of the oil pipeline system Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean (ESPO-2) – Skovorodino – Kozmino section. Upon completion of the project, the oil for export began to arrive at Kozmino port by oil trunk pipelines.
Extension of the Eastern Siberia ‒ Pacific Ocean pipeline system in the Taishet ‒ Skovorodino section to 58M tons of oil per year
In 2014, the expansion facilities for the Eastern Siberia ‒ Pacific Ocean pipeline system, which provided for an increase in the pipeline capacity in the area of Taishet ‒ Skovorodino to 58M tons of oil per year, were commissioned.
In 2012, the project for the construction of the Baltic pipeline system-2 (BPS-2) was completed, which provides for diversification of oil supplies to Western Europe due to the redistribution of oil shipments from foreign ports to the Russian port in the Baltic Sea.
In 2010, the Skovorodino – PRC border pipeline, which is a branch of the ESPO pipeline system that is designed for the export transportation of Russian oil to PRC, was commissioned.
In 2009, the Eastern Siberia ‒ Pacific Ocean (ESPO-1) pipeline system in the Taishet ‒ Skovorodino section and the Kozmino Specialized Sea Oil Port were commissioned; the first tanker with ESPO oil grade was shipped.