CSG supplied a half kilometre stretch of D400 Translinea to the Oil and Sulphur fields in Kazakhstan. The site, operated by Chevroil, is located on the shores of the Caspian Sea in North West Kazakhstan and covers some 970 square miles. It is the sixth largest oil field in the world holding an estimated 25 Billion barrels. When running at full capacity the area is capable of producing between 700,000 and 1,500,000 barrels a day.
CSG worked with the manufacturer and end user in designing and supplying a heavy duty linear drainage system capable of handling large amounts of surface run off as well the heavy machinery found on the oil fields.
28,000 Kgs of goods left our Manchester Depot and made the 3 week journey over land to the field via Europe, The Czech Republic, Ukraine and Russia. All the goods made the journey safely despite the almost non-existent roads in some parts.
Tengiz oil fields, Kazakhstan case study