Pipelines, Storage & Power

Kaztransgas studies CACP capacity expansion

Kaztransgas is studying the feasibility of increasing the combined capacity of the first two lines of the CACP within Kazakhstan.
By Staff reporter 9 November 2018 0 33236

Kaztransgas is studying the feasibility of increasing the combined capacity of the first two lines of the Central Asia-China Pipeline (CACP) within Kazakhstan from 30 billion cubic metres per year to 40 bcm/y, Kurmanaliyev Kanat, first deputy general director at Kaztransgas, said at the China International Oil and Gas Trade Congress in Shanghai on Friday.

This would increase the total capacity of the three trunk lines of the CACP within Kazakhstan from 55 bcm/y to 65 bcm/y, he added.