Ports In Burgas Become A Hub For Mega-project In Kazakhstan
Ports in Burgas will become a major hub for the transhipment of equipment large project to develop an oil block in Kazakhstan, learn Maritime.bg.
Operation transporting oversized cargo and logistics is in charge of Cosco Shipping Co Ltd (Coscol), which will use four South Korean subcontracting companies – Dongbang Transport Logistics, Hanjin Transportation, CJ Korea Express and Chung Yang Shipping.
The information was confirmed by Coscol, but the company refused further details about the operation, commenting only that it was for the expansion of the oil field in western Kazakhstan.
The news comes at a time when Tengizchevroil announced the project in Tengiz Field. The company, which is a union between California Chevron, Kazakh KazMunayGas and Russian Lukoil plans investment of € 36.8 billion. US dollars. dollars.
Entrusted the task of Coscol includes transportation of modules, each weighing 1800 tons, from factories in South Korea and Europe to ports congestion in the Baltic and the Black Sea.
The contract will be employed in a heavy 18 Semi period 2018-2020 year, according to information on TW. Other operators will carry the modules from Burgas and Hamina (Finland) to Kazakhstan.
Tengizchevroil adopted in July expansion project, the realization of which should increase its oil production by 12 mln. To 39 mln. Tons.