Kazakhstan Pipeline Work Continues Despite Tengiz Slowdown

ALMATY (Reuters) - Kazakhstan's biggest oil producer Tengizchevroil (TCO) has reduced some work on its $45 billion expansion project in the west of the country due to the coronavirus outbreak, the company said on Tuesday. Tengizchevroil LLP is operated by Chevron in joint venture with ExxonMobil, KazMunayGas and LukArco. (photo: Chevron) A Chevron spokeswoman, however, said critical work on the project - such as building of pipelines in Kazakhstan or construction of equipment in South Korea - continued as normal and it was only non-essential activities that had been temporarily reduced. "We are fully committed to the project's expansion," the Chevron spokeswoman said. Kazakhstan has

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