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Western Route Export Pipeline transporting oil through Georgia and on to world markets

Supsa single point mooring

Western Route Export Pipeline (WREP)

The 830km pipeline transports oil from the Chirag field in the Caspian Sea via the Sangachal terminal in Azerbaijan to the Supsa terminal in western Georgia with just under half of the pipeline located in Georgia

WREP, which became fully operational in 1999, is capable of transporting up to 100,000 barrels of oil a day.


Environment and Social

In assessing possible new developments we routinely carry out Environmental and Social Impacts Assessments (ESIAs) at the start of a project.


The Western Route Export Pipeline was constructed to enable export of oil from the ACG field in the Azerbaijan sector of the Caspian Sea.


The pipeline entered operation following the completion of an Environmental Impact Assessment in 1997.


The overall objective of the EIA process is to ensure that any potential adverse environmental or social impacts arising from pipeline operation are identified, and where possible eliminated or minimised through early recognition of, and response to, these issues.


Our partners

BP is responsible for managing and carrying out development and production activities on behalf of the various project partnerships within agreed management frameworks.


WREP participation interests are: bp (30.37%), SOCAR (25.0%), MOL (9.57%), INPEX (9.31%), Equinor (7.27%), ExxonMobil (6.79%), TPAO (5.73%), ITOCHU (3.65%), ONGC Videsh Limited (OVL) (2.31%).