November 2008 Vol. 235 No. 11

Projects

Eastern European Agreement to Extend Odessa-Brody Pipeline

Five Eastern European nations have signed an agreement that could facilitate transportation of Caspian oil to Poland and the Baltic States without traversing Russian territory. The agreement to extend Ukraine’s Odessa-Brody pipeline to Plock (near Warsaw) in Poland and possibly on to Gdansk or Lithuania was signed on 10 October in Lithuanian capital Vilnius by the following governments: Azerbaijan Georgia Ukraine Poland Lithuania The pipeline from Odessa to Brody was completed in 2001 but only began transporting oil in 2004 – in the opposite direction from that which was intended, taking Druzhba pipeline oil south to the Black Sea port of Odessa. An extens

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