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CPC-PIPELINE/
RTS1G6G7
October 12, 2017
An exterior view shows a new pumping station of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) near the city of...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
An exterior view shows a new pumping station of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium
An exterior view shows a new pumping station of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) near the city of Atyrau, Kazakhstan October 12, 2017. REUTERS/Mariya Gordeyeva
CPC-PIPELINE/
RTS1G6G1
October 12, 2017
An interior view shows a new pumping station of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) near the city of...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
An interior view shows a new pumping station of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium
An interior view shows a new pumping station of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) near the city of Atyrau, Kazakhstan October 12, 2017. REUTERS/Mariya Gordeyeva
CPC-PIPELINE/
RTS1G6G0
October 12, 2017
Participants, including Director General of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium Nikolai Gorban (C), attend...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Participants attend a ceremony launching a new pumping station of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium near...
Participants, including Director General of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium Nikolai Gorban (C), attend a ceremony launching a CPC's new pumping station near the city of Atyrau, Kazakhstan October 12, 2017. REUTERS/Mariya Gordeyeva
CPC-PIPELINE/
RTS1G6FW
October 12, 2017
Participants, including Director General of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium Nikolai Gorban (C, front),...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Participants attend a ceremony launching a new pumping station of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium near...
Participants, including Director General of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium Nikolai Gorban (C, front), attend a ceremony launching a CPC's new pumping station near the city of Atyrau, Kazakhstan October 12, 2017. REUTERS/Mariya Gordeyeva
CPC-PIPELINE/
RTS1G6FV
October 12, 2017
Participants, including Director General of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium Nikolai Gorban (C), attend...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Participants attend a ceremony launching a new pumping station of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium near...
Participants, including Director General of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium Nikolai Gorban (C), attend a ceremony launching a CPC's new pumping station near the city of Atyrau, Kazakhstan October 12, 2017. REUTERS/Mariya Gordeyeva
CPC-PIPELINE/
RTS1G6FL
October 12, 2017
Participants, including Director General of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium Nikolai Gorban (3rd R), attend...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Participants attend a ceremony launching a new pumping station of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium near...
Participants, including Director General of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium Nikolai Gorban (3rd R), attend a ceremony launching a CPC's new pumping station near the city of Atyrau, Kazakhstan October 12, 2017. REUTERS/Mariya Gordeyeva
KAZAKHSTAN-BUSINESS/
RTSV7KU
December 08, 2016
The office of North Caspian Operating Company N.V. (NCOC), the operator of Kashagan oil field, is reflected...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Office of North Caspian Operating Company N.V. is seen in Atyrau
The office of North Caspian Operating Company N.V. (NCOC), the operator of Kashagan oil field, is reflected in the ice-covered Ural River in the city of Atyrau, western Kazakhstan, December 7, 2016. REUTERS/Maria Gordiyeva
KAZAKHSTAN-BUSINESS/
RTSV7JY
December 08, 2016
The office of North Caspian Operating Company N.V. (NCOC), the operator of Kashagan oil field, is reflected...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Office of North Caspian Operating Company N.V. is seen in Atyrau
The office of North Caspian Operating Company N.V. (NCOC), the operator of Kashagan oil field, is reflected in the ice-covered Ural River in the city of Atyrau, western Kazakhstan, December 7, 2016. REUTERS/Maria Gordiyeva
KAZAKHSTAN-BUSINESS/
RTSV7J2
December 08, 2016
A view shows an oil well pump jack, set as an installation in front of the Tengizchevroil LLP office...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
View shows oil well pump jack set as installation in front of Tengizchevroil LLP office in Atyrau
A view shows an oil well pump jack, set as an installation in front of the Tengizchevroil LLP office in the city of Atyrau, western Kazakhstan, December 7, 2016. REUTERS/Maria Gordiyeva
KAZAKHSTAN-BUSINESS/
RTSV7J1
December 08, 2016
A car drives past an oil well pump jack, set as an installation in front of the Tengizchevroil LLP office...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Car drives past oil well pump jack set as installation in front of Tengizchevroil LLP office in Atyrau...
A car drives past an oil well pump jack, set as an installation in front of the Tengizchevroil LLP office in the city of Atyrau, western Kazakhstan, December 7, 2016. REUTERS/Maria Gordiyeva
KAZAKHSTAN-CITYSCAPE/
RTSV7IK
December 08, 2016
A general view shows residential buildings and the Ural River in the city of Atyrau, western Kazakhstan,...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
View shows residential buildings and Ural River in the city of Atyrau
A general view shows residential buildings and the Ural River in the city of Atyrau, western Kazakhstan, December 6, 2016. REUTERS/Maria Gordiyeva
KAZAKHSTAN-BRITAIN/CAMERON
RTX118CC
July 01, 2013
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (R) is greeted by Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev after...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron is greeted by Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev after...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (R) is greeted by Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev after landing at Atyrau airport in Kazakhstan June 30, 2013. Cameron helped inaugurate the world's costliest oil project in Kazakhstan on Sunday on a trip aimed at sealing business deals but quickly beset by questions over the Central Asian nation's poor human rights record. REUTERS/Leon Neal/pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)
KAZAKHSTAN-BRITAIN/CAMERON
RTX118CB
July 01, 2013
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech during a presentation on the Kashagan offshore...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech during a presentation on the Kashagan offshore...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech during a presentation on the Kashagan offshore oil field at the Bolashak oil plant near Atyrau in Kazakhstan June 30, 2013. Cameron helped inaugurate the world's costliest oil project in Kazakhstan on Sunday on a trip aimed at sealing business deals but quickly beset by questions over the Central Asian nation's poor human rights record. Photograph taken June 30, 2013. REUTERS/Leon Neal/pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)
KAZAKHSTAN-BRITAIN/CAMERON
RTX118CA
July 01, 2013
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (R) is greeted by Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev (2nd...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron is greeted by Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev after...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (R) is greeted by Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev (2nd L) after landing at Atyrau airport in Kazakhstan June 30, 2013. Cameron helped inaugurate the world's costliest oil project in Kazakhstan on Sunday on a trip aimed at sealing business deals but quickly beset by questions over the Central Asian nation's poor human rights record. REUTERS/Leon Neal/pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)
KAZAKHSTAN-BRITAIN/CAMERON
RTX118C5
July 01, 2013
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (L) and Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev (R) listen to...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev listen to speeches...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (L) and Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev (R) listen to speeches during a presentation on the Kashagan offshore oil field, at the Bolashak oil plant in Kazakhstan June 30, 2013. Cameron helped inaugurate the world's costliest oil project in Kazakhstan on Sunday on a trip aimed at sealing business deals but quickly beset by questions over the Central Asian nation's poor human rights record. Photograph taken June 30, 2013. REUTERS/Leon Neal/pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)
KAZAKHSTAN-BRITAIN/CAMERON
RTX118C2
July 01, 2013
Workers from the Bolashak oil plant on the Kashagan offshore oil field near Atyrau await the arrival...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Workers from the Bolashak oil plant on the Kashagan offshore oil field near Atyrau await the arrival...
Workers from the Bolashak oil plant on the Kashagan offshore oil field near Atyrau await the arrival of British Prime Minister David Cameron and Kazakhstani President Nursultan Nazarbayev, Kazakhstan June 30, 2013. REUTERS/Leon Neal/pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: ENERGY POLITICS)
KAZAKHSTAN-BRITAIN/CAMERON
RTX118BZ
July 01, 2013
A general view shows the Bolashak oil plant on the Kashagan offshore oil field near Atyrau in Kazakhstan...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
A general view shows the Bolashak oil plant on the Kashagan offshore oil field near Atyrau in Kazakhstan...
A general view shows the Bolashak oil plant on the Kashagan offshore oil field near Atyrau in Kazakhstan June 30, 2013. REUTERS/Leon Neal/pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: ENERGY)
KAZAKHSTAN-BRITAIN/CAMERON
RTX118BX
July 01, 2013
A soldier patrols in front of the Bolashak oil plant on the Kashagan offshore oil field near Atyrau in...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
A soldier patrols in front of the Bolashak oil plant on the Kashagan offshore oil field near Atyrau in...
A soldier patrols in front of the Bolashak oil plant on the Kashagan offshore oil field near Atyrau in Kazakhstan June 30, 2013. REUTERS/Leon Neal/pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: ENERGY)
KAZAKHSTAN-BRITAIN/CAMERON
RTX118BW
July 01, 2013
A general view shows the Bolashak oil plant on the Kashagan offshore oil field near Atyrau in Kazakhstan...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
A general view shows the Bolashak oil plant on the Kashagan offshore oil field near Atyrau in Kazakhstan...
A general view shows the Bolashak oil plant on the Kashagan offshore oil field near Atyrau in Kazakhstan June 30, 2013. REUTERS/Leon Neal/pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: ENERGY)
KAZAKHSTAN-BRITAIN/CAMERON
RTX118BS
July 01, 2013
Kazakhstani President Nursultan Nazarbayev delivers a speech during a presentation on the Kashagan offshore...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Kazakhstani President Nursultan Nazarbayev delivers a speech during a presentation on the Kashagan offshore...
Kazakhstani President Nursultan Nazarbayev delivers a speech during a presentation on the Kashagan offshore oil field at the Bolashak oil plant near Atyrau in Kazakhstan June 30, 2013. British Prime Minister David Cameron helped inaugurate the world's costliest oil project in Kazakhstan on Sunday on a trip aimed at sealing business deals but quickly beset by questions over the Central Asian nation's poor human rights record. Photograph taken June 30, 2013. REUTERS/Leon Neal/pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)
KAZAKHSTAN-BRITAIN/CAMERON
RTX118BM
July 01, 2013
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech during a presentation on the Kashagan offshore...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech during a presentation on the Kashagan offshore...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech during a presentation on the Kashagan offshore oil field at the Bolashak oil plant near Atyrau in Kazakhstan June 30, 2013. Cameron helped inaugurate the world's costliest oil project in Kazakhstan on Sunday on a trip aimed at sealing business deals but quickly beset by questions over the Central Asian nation's poor human rights record. Photograph taken June 30, 2013. REUTERS/Leon Neal/pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)
KAZAKHSTAN-BRITAIN/CAMERON
RTX118B7
July 01, 2013
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (C) and Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev (3rd R) pose...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev pose with workers...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (C) and Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev (3rd R) pose with workers from the Bolashak oil plant in Kazakhstan June 30, 2013. Cameron helped inaugurate the world's costliest oil project in Kazakhstan on Sunday on a trip aimed at sealing business deals but quickly beset by questions over the Central Asian nation's poor human rights record. Photograph taken June 30, 2013. REUTERS/Leon Neal/pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)
KAZAKHSTAN-BRITAIN/CAMERON
RTX118B3
July 01, 2013
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (R) and Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev (2nd R) meet...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev meet workers from...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (R) and Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev (2nd R) meet workers from the Bolashak oil plant in Kazakhstan June 30, 2013. Cameron helped inaugurate the world's costliest oil project in Kazakhstan on Sunday on a trip aimed at sealing business deals but quickly beset by questions over the Central Asian nation's poor human rights record. Photograph taken June 30, 2013. REUTERS/Leon Neal/pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)
CAVIAR
RTXKN9S
July 20, 2001
- PHOTO TAKEN 16APR01 - A Kazakh worker places sturgeon caviar in boxes at a floating fish factory near...
Atyrau, KAZKHSTAN
- PHOTO TAKEN 16APR01 - A Kazakh worker places sturgeon caviar in boxes at a floating fish factory n.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 16APR01 - A Kazakh worker places sturgeon caviar in boxes at a floating fish factory near the town of Atyrau in western Kazakhstan. Russia stopped commercial fishing of sturgeon on Friday, joining a moratorium self-imposed by Caspian states to clamp down on illegal caviar trade, a senior Russian official said. Picture taken April 16, 2001.
KAZAKHSTAN
RTXKJUG
June 11, 2001
A Kazakh fisherman drags a sturgeon in the Ural river near the Caspian port of Atyrau in Kazakhstan,...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
A Kazakh fisherman drags a sturgeon in the Ural river near the Caspian port of Atyrau in Kazakhstan,.....
A Kazakh fisherman drags a sturgeon in the Ural river near the Caspian port of Atyrau in Kazakhstan, April 16, 2001. The brief season of catching the noble species of sturgen is in full swing along the Ural river in western Kazakhstan. The Central Asian state is seeking a niche in the lucrative international market of black caviar.
KAZAKHSTAN
RTXKJUF
June 11, 2001
Kazakh fishermen drag net with sturgeon in the Ural river near the Caspian port of Atyrau in Kazakhstan,...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Kazakh fishermen drag net with sturgeon in the Ural river near the Caspian port of Atyrau in Kazakhs.....
Kazakh fishermen drag net with sturgeon in the Ural river near the Caspian port of Atyrau in Kazakhstan, April 16, 2001. The brief season of catching the noble species of sturgen is in full swing along the Ural river in western Kazakhstan. The Central Asian state is seeking a niche in the lucrative international market of black caviar.
KAZAKHSTAN CAVIAR
RTRJDOO
June 11, 2001
A Kazakh worker places sturgeon caviar in tins at a floating fish factory near the town of Atyrau as...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
CAVIAR IS TINNED ON FLOATING FACTORY SHIP FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-KAZAKHSTAN-CAVIAR.
A Kazakh worker places sturgeon caviar in tins at a floating fish factory near the town of Atyrau as the brief season of catching the noble species is in full swing along the Ural river in western Kazakhstan. The Central Asian state's government took this year's fishing campaign under its control after widespread poaching, poor ecology and uncontrolled catches had undermined the number of Caspian sturgeons yeilding the precious roe.

AS
KAZAKHSTAN
RTXKG4Y
April 19, 2001
A Kazakh worker places sturgeon caviar in boxes at a floating fish factory near the town of Atyrau April...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
A Kazakh worker places sturgeon caviar in boxes at a floating fish factory near the town of Atyrau A.....
A Kazakh worker places sturgeon caviar in boxes at a floating fish factory near the town of Atyrau April 16, 2001, as the brief season of catching the noble species is in full swing along the Ural river in western Kazakhstan. The Central Asian state's government took this year's fishing campaign under its control after widespread poaching, poor ecology and uncontrolled catches had undermined the number of Caspian sturgeons yeilding the precious roe. Picture taken April 16, 2001.
KAZAKHSTAN
RTXKG4X
April 19, 2001
Fishermen catch sturgeon with nets near the town of Atyrau April 16, 2001, as the brief season of catching...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Fishermen catch sturgeon with nets near the town of Atyrau April 16, 2001, as the brief season of ca.....
Fishermen catch sturgeon with nets near the town of Atyrau April 16, 2001, as the brief season of catching the noble species is in full swing along the Ural river in western Kazakhstan. The Central Asian state's government took this year's fishing campaign under its control after widespread poaching, poor ecology and uncontrolled catches had undermined the number of Caspian sturgeons yeilding the precious roe. Picture taken April 16, 2001.
KAZAKHSTAN
RTXKG4V
April 19, 2001
Fishermen catch sturgeon with nets near the town of Atyrau April 16, 2001, as the brief season of catching...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Fishermen catch sturgeon with nets near the town of Atyrau April 16, 2001, as the brief season of ca.....
Fishermen catch sturgeon with nets near the town of Atyrau April 16, 2001, as the brief season of catching the noble species is in full swing along the Ural river in western Kazakhstan. The Central Asian state's government took this year's fishing campaign under its control after widespread poaching, poor ecology and uncontrolled catches had undermined the number of Caspian sturgeons yeilding the precious roe. Picture taken April 16, 2001.
RUSSIA CAVIAR
RTRKXBQ
April 16, 2001
A Kazakh worker places sturgeon caviar in boxes at a floating fish
factory near the town of Atyrau in...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
A KAZAKH WORKER PLACES STURGEON CAVIAR IN BOXES NEAR ATYRAU.
A Kazakh worker places sturgeon caviar in boxes at a floating fish
factory near the town of Atyrau in western Kazakhstan. Russia stopped
commercial fishing of sturgeon on Friday, joining a moratorium
self-imposed by Caspian states to clamp down on illegal caviar trade, a
senior Russian official said. Picture taken April 16, 2001.

CVI/KM
KAZAKHSTAN CAVIAR
RTRJDO0
April 16, 2001
A Kazakh fisherman drags a sturgeon in the Ural river near the Caspian port of Atyrau in Kazakhstan,...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-KAZAKHSTAN-CAVIAR.
A Kazakh fisherman drags a sturgeon in the Ural river near the Caspian port of Atyrau in Kazakhstan, April 16, 2001. The brief season of catching the noble species of sturgen is in full swing along the Ural river in western Kazakhstan. The Central Asian state is seeking a niche in the lucrative international market of black caviar.

AS
KAZAKHSTAN CAVIAR
RTRJDNS
April 16, 2001
Kazakh fishermen drag net with sturgeon in the Ural river near the Caspian port of Atyrau in Kazakhstan,...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-KAZAKHSTAN-CAVIAR.
Kazakh fishermen drag net with sturgeon in the Ural river near the Caspian port of Atyrau in Kazakhstan, April 16, 2001. The brief season of catching the noble species of sturgen is in full swing along the Ural river in western Kazakhstan. The Central Asian state is seeking a niche in the lucrative international market of black caviar.

AS
KAZAKHSTAN
RTRH5LP
April 16, 2001
A worker arranges sturgeon in a fridge at a floating fish factory near the town of Atyrau April 16, 2001,...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
A WORKER ARRANGES STURGEON IN A FRIDGE AT A FISH FACTORY NEAR ATYRAU.
A worker arranges sturgeon in a fridge at a floating fish factory near the town of Atyrau April 16, 2001, as the brief season of catching the noble species is in full swing along the Ural river in western Kazakhstan. The Central Asian state's government took this year's fishing campaign under its control after widespread poaching, poor ecology and uncontrolled catches had undermined the number of Caspian sturgeons yielding the precious roe.

CVI/CLH/
KAZAKHSTAN
RTRH5L3
April 16, 2001
A Kazakh worker removes caviar from a sturgeon at a floating fish factory near the town of Atyrau April...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
A WORKER REMOVES CAVIAR FROM A STURGEON AT A FLOATING FISH FACTORY NEAR ATYRAU.
A Kazakh worker removes caviar from a sturgeon at a floating fish factory near the town of Atyrau April 16, 2001, as the brief season of catching the noble species is in full swing along the Ural river in western Kazakhstan. The Central Asian state's government took this year's fishing campaign under its control after widespread poaching, poor ecology and uncontrolled catches had undermined the number of Caspian sturgeons yeilding the precious roe. Picture taken April 16, 2001.

CVI/WS
KAZAKHSTAN
RTRH5KC
April 16, 2001
Fishermen catch sturgeon with nets near the town of Atyrau April 16, 2001, as the brief season of catching...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
FISHERMEN CATCH STURGEON NEAR ATYRAU.
Fishermen catch sturgeon with nets near the town of Atyrau April 16, 2001, as the brief season of catching the noble species is in full swing along the Ural river in western Kazakhstan. The Central Asian state's government took this year's fishing campaign under its control after widespread poaching, poor ecology and uncontrolled catches had undermined the number of Caspian sturgeons yeilding the precious roe. Picture taken April 16, 2001.

CVI
KAZAKHSTAN
RTRH5JY
April 16, 2001
A Kazakh worker places sturgeon caviar in boxes at a floating fish factory near the town of Atyrau April...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
A KAZAKH WORKER PLACES STURGEON CAVIAR IN BOXES NEAR ATYRAU.
A Kazakh worker places sturgeon caviar in boxes at a floating fish factory near the town of Atyrau April 16, 2001, as the brief season of catching the noble species is in full swing along the Ural river in western Kazakhstan. The Central Asian state's government took this year's fishing campaign under its control after widespread poaching, poor ecology and uncontrolled catches had undermined the number of Caspian sturgeons yeilding the precious roe. Picture taken April 16, 2001.

CVI/WS
KAZAKHSTAN
RTRH5JS
April 16, 2001
Fishermen catch sturgeon with nets near the town of Atyrau April 16, 2001, as the brief season of catching...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
FISHERMEN CATCH STURGEON NEAR ATYRAU.
Fishermen catch sturgeon with nets near the town of Atyrau April 16, 2001, as the brief season of catching the noble species is in full swing along the Ural river in western Kazakhstan. The Central Asian state's government took this year's fishing campaign under its control after widespread poaching, poor ecology and uncontrolled catches had undermined the number of Caspian sturgeons yeilding the precious roe. Picture taken April 16, 2001.

CVI
ENERGY KAZAKHSTAN
RTR13MAO
March 26, 2001
Kazakh workers joke in front of an open pipe of the new oil pipeline from the huge Tengiz field to the...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
KAZAKH WORKERS JOKE IN FRONT OF NEW OIL PIPELINE NEAR ATYRAU.
Kazakh workers joke in front of an open pipe of the new oil pipeline from the huge Tengiz field to the Russian port of Novorossiisk outside the western town of Atyrau March 26, 2001. The opening of the 1,580 km (982 mile) Caspian Pipeline Consortium line gives the Central Asian state its first direct link to international markets.

SZH/CVI
KAZAKHSTAN
RTRG61T
March 26, 2001
Richard Matzke, Chevron Vice-President, attends the ceremonial opening of an oil pipeline from the Tengiz...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
CHEVRON VICE-PRESIDENT RICHARD MATZKE ATTENDS OPENING OF PIPELINE NEAR ATYRAU.
Richard Matzke, Chevron Vice-President, attends the ceremonial opening of an oil pipeline from the Tengiz field to the Russian port of Novorossiisk outside the western town of Atyrau March 26, 2001. Opening of the 1,580 km (982 mile) Caspian Pipeline Consortium line gives the Central Asian state its first direct link to international markets.

SZH/CVI
ENERGY KAZAKHSTAN
RTRG60R
March 26, 2001
Kazakh Prime Minister Kasymzhomart Tokayev opens the tap of an oil pipeline from the huge Tengiz field...
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
KAZAKH PRIME MINISTER KASYMZHOMART TOKAYEV OPENS OIL PIPELINE NEAR ATYRAU.
Kazakh Prime Minister Kasymzhomart Tokayev opens the tap of an oil pipeline from the huge Tengiz field to the Russian port of Novorossiisk, outside the western town of Atyrau, March 26, 2001. The opening of the 1,580 km (982 mile) Caspian Pipeline Consortium line gives the Central Asian state its first direct link to international markets.

SZH/CVI
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