Source Pravda.Ru

Pipeline project to link Angarsk and Japanese sea coast under consideration in Khabarovsk

A project to construct an oil pipeline linking the city of Angarsk and the Japanese Sea coast will be publicly considered on Saturday in Khabarovsk /Far Eastern Russia/.

According to the press service of the Khabarovsk administration, the pipeline will run along the Trans-Siberian railroad mainline and the federal motorway.

In compliance with the project, the pipeline's length is 3,884km, 245 of which will run via the Khabarovsk region. The facility will annually transport about 50 mln. tons of oil. Two oil-transferring stations will probably be constructed in the sector between the villages of Boitsovo and Voskhod.

Experts do not rule out that Russia will use this pipeline to supply oil to the Asian-Pacific region.

Designers believe that the facility's construction will be completed by 2010.

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