During 2022, about 100 million dollars were spent on operational costs for the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline (BTC), and 27 million dollars were spent on capital costs.

According to the information provided by "APA-Economics" referring to the report published by BP (the operator of the project) on the results of 2022 on the operations conducted in Azerbaijan, on March 23 of last year, the BTC pipeline went from the Sangachal terminal to the Ceyhan terminal, passing through Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey. marked the departure of the 5000th tanker loaded with exported oil.

"From the commissioning of the 1768 km long BTC pipeline in June 2006 to the end of 2022, a total of more than 531 million tons (3.99 billion barrels) of crude oil was transported through this pipeline, and it was loaded onto 5244 tankers in Ceyhan and sent to the world markets. .

On January 18, 2023, BTC recorded the export of 4 billion barrels of oil," the information states.

According to the report, during 2022, approximately 30 million tons (about 224 million barrels) of crude oil and condensate exported through BTC were loaded on 305 tankers at the Ceyhan terminal and set off.

Currently, the BTC pipeline mainly carries oil from the Azeri-Chirag-Guneshli field block and condensate from the Shahdeniz gas-condensate field from Azerbaijan.

In addition, other regional Caspian crude oil and condensate volumes (Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan) are transported through BTC.