CPC-K accepting oil from suppliers as usual, receiving power from reserve generators
MOSCOW. July 3 (Interfax) - The Caspian Pipeline Consortium is accepting oil from suppliers from Kazakhstan as usual, the consortium said.
Earlier it was reported that the CPC-K facilities had lost power due to the emergency shutdown of the power unit at the Mangistau Nuclear Power Plant.
"NPS of the Eastern region of the CPC (Tengiz, Atyrau, Isatai, Kurmangazy) are disconnected from the wind farm until the accident is eliminated and the power supply is normalized. At present, the power supply of CPC-K facilities is being handled by backup power sources. Oil is coming in from suppliers as usual," the message says.