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The Chinese section of the Russia-China pipeline meets environmental protection requirements

The section of the Russia-China oil pipeline in China, connecting Mohe and Daqing, has passed acceptance for compliance with environmental protection requirements, the Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) reports the Xinhua news agency with reference to the China National Oil and Gas Corporation.

Within the framework of the procedure, compliance with the requirements of soil protection from erosion, environmental protection, requirements for safety equipment, as well as sanitary controls over occupational hazards was assessed.

Based on the results of monitoring, which was carried out continuously for two years, the MEP positively assessed the effectiveness of environmental protection measures carried out within the framework of the project of the Chinese section of the Russia-China oil pipeline. The ministry gave the go-ahead for the official commissioning of the facility.

The Russia-China oil pipeline was put into commercial operation on January 1, 2011. Designed throughput - 15 million tons per year, maximum - 30 million tons.

On 31 July 2014, a total of 54,68 mln tons of oil came from this pipeline from Russia.

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