Mass media: Kazakhstan failed to establish oil supplies bypassing Russia in 2022

Mass media: Kazakhstan could not arrange oil supplies bypassing Russia in 2022

Earlier, the Kazakh authorities have repeatedly advocated the search for alternative routes.

The Kazakh authorities were unable to organize oil supplies bypassing the Russian Federation last year.

As “Izvestia ” writes, the Kazakh authorities have repeatedly talked about finding alternative supplies of black gold bypassing the Russian Federation.

However, the oilmen could not enter the routes that would suit the management.

According to the publication, it may take years and huge investments, estimated at billions of dollars, to find such ways.

According to the authors of the material, Kazakhstan has several possible ways to supply oil bypassing the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC).

Among such routes, journalists call an increase in rail supplies through Russia, the transportation of oil through Azerbaijan with the subsequent supply of fuel through the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan and Baku–Supsa pipelines, as well as an increase in supplies to China and Iran.

Recall that Kazakhstan is being pushed to search for alternative routes by the geopolitical situation and the actual problems with the CPC, whose pipeline leads from Western Kazakhstan to the port of Novorossiysk.

In March last year, berths were damaged in the port of Novorossiysk due to a storm, and in June shells from the Great Patriotic War were found in the water area.

As a result, the transportation of oil through the pipeline was stopped by the decision of the Primorsky District Court of Novorossiysk.

Earlier, topNews wrote that the Kazakh Foreign Minister refused to help Russia.

According to Mukhtar Tleuberdi, the country does not support sanctions against the Russian Federation, but it will not help Moscow to circumvent them.


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