On November 30, after fracking at Koratepa-10 well, its flow rate increased from 0 to 100,000 m3 of gas and 5 t of oil per day. In line with the government's decision, all hydrocarbons are routed to the domestic market.
Over the past day, 400 t (1.9 km) of pipes were shipped and 1,400 t (8.5 km) were delivered; 3.6 km of trenches were dug and 1,700 m of pipes were welded into a string. 24/7 construction works are ahead of the schedule. The average pipeline construction pace is 4 km per day. The first line will be completed on December 3, 2019.
As of November 30, 23,000 t (131.5 km) of pipes were shipped and 17,300 t (103.5 km) were delivered; 40.8 km of trenches were dug, 59.7 km of pipes were welded and 7.5 km were laid.
The company will keep the readers informed on its progress.
EPSILON Press Office