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FSK filed pressure on oil pumping stations of the ESPO pipeline in Yakutia

Federal Grid Company provided voltage supply to oil pumping stations (OPS) 11, 15 and 19 of the pipeline system "Eastern Siberia - Pacific Ocean" (ESPO). As a result of the supply of electricity to PS located in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), as part of the expansion of ESPO-1, conditions were provided for pumping 50 million tons of oil through the pipeline system, the press service of the energy company reported.

To supply power to three oil pumping stations, FGC UES has built three 220 kV substations with transformer capacity 50 MVA each and power lines of the 220 kV voltage class with a total length of 500 km.

As part of the cooperation agreement with Transneft, in 2012, FGC UES built seven 220 / 10 kV, 12 220 kV transmission lines with a total length of 929 km. In addition, the existing substations 220 kV "Nizhny Kuranakh", "Tynda", "Zaviliya", "Obluchye", "Lesozavodsk" were expanded, as well as the substations 500 kV "Dalnevostochnaya" and "Khekhtsir".

External power supply to 36, 38, 40 and 41 oil pumping stations in the Primorsky and Khabarovsk Territories; 22, 27, 30 in the Amur region and NPS-18 in Yakutia, which created the conditions for pumping 30 mln tons of oil from the Skovorodino (Amur region) to the port of Kozmino (Primorsky Krai).

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