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Central Asia-Centre Pipeline

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06 February 2017

Central Asia-Centre Pipeline

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The legacy Central Asia-Centre (CAC) gas pipeline was built in the 1960-80s to transport Central Asian gas to Russia, for internal use and onward export to Europe. In recent years, Gazprom has greatly reduced its gas purchases from Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. As a result, the CAC system is now heavily under-utilised.Aggregate CAC capacity is currently 4.6 bcfd (47.2 bcm per annum). The pipeline system consists of five strings: CAC I, II, IV and V start in the Amu Darya basin in east ...

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