Kazakhstan Eyes CPC Restart

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Kazakhstan believes that technical troubles that led to reduced operations of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) oil pipeline will be fully resolved by mid-October. However, experts do not expect the 1.4 million b/d pipeline to fully resume shipments immediately as two of Kazakhstan's largest fields are still undergoing maintenance.

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