Kazakhstan has restarted oil pipeline transits through a key trunkline link with Russia that were halted on Monday after severe cold weather led to massive power outages in the northern regions of Kazakhstan.

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Shipments from Kazakh oil producers through the the Ozen-Atyrau–Samara line are now back to normal after the power supply to pumps along the Kazakh segment of the link was restored, according to country’s pipeline operator, KazTransgaz.