Arkhipo-Osipovka

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Arkhipo-Osipovka

 

an urban-type settlement in Krasnodar Krai, RSFSR. Located on the Black Sea shore, 103 km southeast of Novorossiisk, on the Novorossiisk-Tuapse highway. Population, 5,500 (1968). Industry includes a fruit sovkhoz and fruit processing. There is a sanatorium and two vacation and tourist centers.

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The two 24-inch gas export pipelines, El and W2, run from the Beregovaya gas compression station in Russia's Arkhipo-Osipovka, 235 miles across the Black Sea, with a maximum water depth of 2,150 meters, to the Durusu inlet terminal 40 miles from Samsun in Turkey.
[8.] Falaleeva TM, Samonina GE, Beregovaya TV, Kucherenko MI, Andreeva LA (2010) Influence of the proline peptides Pro-Gly-Pro and its metabolites Gly-Pro and Pro-Gly on the gastric acid release of rats.
Closer to the machine-translation realm there have been a number of applications of MT at an enterprise level at companies such as Paypal and Microsoft (Beregovaya and Yanishevsky 2010; Dixon 2010; Depraetere and Vazquez 2010).
Russia also wants to expand the Blue Stream pipeline, which starts from Beregovaya (Russia), passes through Black Sea and reaches Samsun (Turkey).
It will start at the Beregovaya station on the Russian Black Sea coast, and from there will go to the Bulgarian Black Sea coast; from Bulgaria, the pipe is to split in two in order to reach Southern and Northern Italy.
The project provides for South Stream's offshore section to run under the Black Sea from the Russian coast (Beregovaya compressor station) to the Bulgarian coast.
Starting from Russia's Black Sea coast at Beregovaya, South Stream would run some 900 kilometers on the seabed of the Black Sea, reaching a maximum water depth of more than 2,000 meters, to Bulgaria.
South Stream's first component is to send gas from the same starting point as the Blue Stream at Beregovaya for under the Black Sea, at a maximum water depth of over 6,500 ft.
and EDF International, and involving the construction of a 2,200-km gas pipeline from the Russian coast of Beregovaya to the Bulgarian cost.
In its offshore section, South Stream will cross the Black Sea from the Russian coast of Beregovaya - the starting point of the Blue Stream pipeline to Turkey - to the Bulgarian coast, with the pipe reaching a water depth of more than 2,000 metres.
Also in June 2007, Italy's Eni and Gazprom signed a memorandum of understanding on a feasibility study for the first component of South Stream that calls for sending natural gas from the same starting point as the Blue Stream pipeline at Beregovaya for 560 miles under the Black Sea.