|01 / 2004|
Speaking frankly and in plain terms, Russia lacks pipeline capacities. In September 2003 Transneft estimated this shortage at about 40 mn t a year. Approximately at the same time Mikhail Kasyanov stated that in 2004 the export by the rail will grow to 75-80 mn t. His figures are conflicting with those of Vainshtok — that is, if exports by the rail do grow at the said rate, the shortage of 40 mn t throughput capacity will be eliminated this year.
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