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Turkmenistan: Construction of the TAPI gas pipeline is widened

The construction works in the Turkmen section of the pipeline of TAPI which are carried out by the State Concern Turkmennebitgazgurlushyk is continued in high rates.


Oil&Gas Complex of Turkmenistan reported on September 20, 2016, that the construction works in the Turkmen section of the pipeline of TAPI which are carried out by the State Concern Turkmennebitgazgurlushyk is continued in high rates.

 

In construction the most modern, hi-tech equipment of the leading global manufacturers are used.

At the same time with construction of the gas pipeline construction structures of concern are engaged in construction of its elevated auxiliary systems, and in particular in leveling, clearing of the territory across which the pipeline route passes. Works on construction of the inspection gravel road are also actively conducted.

 

In particular, employees of the Marynebitgazgurlushyk trust of the State Concern Turkmennebitgazgurlushyk are engaged in construction of the initial kilometers of this road and the gas pipeline. The 4th specialized enterprise for the mechanized works, automotive equipment of the 1st automobile enterprise and other structures of Marynebitgazgurlushyk trust are also involved in construction of this large-scale project.

Now works on laying of gravel on the 5-kilometer-long section of the inspection road are performed, - the supervising foreman of the 4th specialized enterprise for the mechanized works Nazar Annageldyev reports. - On all sections of this road high quality of the performed works is provided. Thanks for powerful trucks trouble-free, delivery of necessary sand and gravel is carried out in due time. Builders and machine operators of this large-scale project achieve the required result.

 

Construction of the TAPI gas pipeline will allow to provide long-term supply of natural gas to the countries of Southeast Asia that will become an impetus for further economic development of the region.

Source : Neftegaz.RU