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New compressor station commissioned at Russia-Turkey gas pipeline
An additional compressor station, called Stavropolskaya, was put into operation in the steppes of the Stavropol Territory at the head section of the Russia-Turkey gas pipeline, which has been operating exactly for one year. Chief engineer of the Kavkaztransgaz company Oleg Aksyutin told Tass on Friday that the station has five powerful compressors, capable of piping volumes of gas (provided for by the contract) along the entire 1,200-kilometer pipeline. A considerable part of the Blue Stream pipes were laid down across the Black Sea bed. The gas pipeline starts near the village of Rasshevatsky in the Stavropol Territory, where there is Russia’s largest underground storage for pumping gas, produced at deposits of the Far North and Siberia. More than one billion cubic meters of gas has been pumped during the first year of the pipe’s operation. Aksyutin noted that construction of another compressor station – Beregovaya – is being built near the Black Sea city of Tuapse. The gas pipeline will reach its design capacity of operation with its commissioning.
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