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CPC Loadings to Reach Highest in 9 Months in December

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Caspian CPC Blend loadings are set to rise to the highest in 9 months at 5.88m tons (1.5mbpd) in December according to the preliminary loading schedule.

  • Compared to 5.42m tons in Nov and 4.24m tons in Oct.
  • Output is recovering after field outages at Karachaganak and Kashagan and with the expected return of the CPC terminal moorings to operation.
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Caspian CPC Blend loadings are set to rise to the highest in 9 months at 5.88m tons (1.5mbpd) in December according to the preliminary loading schedule.

  • Compared to 5.42m tons in Nov and 4.24m tons in Oct.
  • Output is recovering after field outages at Karachaganak and Kashagan and with the expected return of the CPC terminal moorings to operation.