KazTransOil updates on constructions and reconstruction of Astrakhan-Mangyshlak main water line
/KASE, October 15, 2019/ – KazTransOil (Nur-Sultan), whose shares are officially 
listed on Kazakhstan Stock Exchange (KASE), has provided KASE with the following 
press release of October 15, 2019:


"KazTransOil" JSC group of companies reports on the completion of the first 
phase of the Kulsary-Tengiz waterline construction within the framework of the 
cooperation agreement between "KazTransOil" JSC and "Tengizchevroil" LLP, 
signed on May 29, 2017. Currently, construction and installation works on the 
linear part of the waterline have been completed and hydro testing has been 
carried out. It is planned to complete by the end of the year the second phase
of the project, envisaging construction of a water pump station (WPS) with a
tank farm, engineering systems and facilities.

The new waterline, 104.2 km in length, with throughput capacity of 13,200 cubic 
meters per day, is designed to supply industrial water for production and
technical needs of "Tengizchevroil" LLP. After the completion of the project
the water supply will be provided in the amount necessary for the upcoming
expansion of "Tengizchevroil" LLP production. The project is funded by
"Tengizchevroil" LLP.

Besides this, "Main Waterline" LLP is continuing the reconstructing the
facilities of the Astrakhan-Mangyshlak main waterline. In particular, the
reconstruction of the  WPS-8 power supply was completed, reconstruction of the
WPS-5 is near completion. A new pipeline was laid to replace the worn out
section of the main  water line from Kigach HWPS up to 56th kilometer of the

"Commissioning of the facilities will increase the main waterline throughput 
capacity from 93 thousand cubic meters to 115 thousand cubic meters of water 
per day. The volume of water supply to the residents of Atyrau and Mangistau 
regions, oil producing enterprises, industrial enterprises and agricultural
producers will rise, which will improve water supply in the region", - stated
Dimash Dossanov, General Director of "KazTransOil" JSC.