KHABAROVSK, January 14 (Itar-Tass) - Trainloads with piping, equipment, constructions and materials to build an Eastern Siberia-Pacific oil pipeline started coming to Yakutia. The republican government told Itar-Tass on Sunday that over 300 wagons were unloaded at the Neryungri and Nagornaya rail stations. The flow of cargoes is on the rise.
A total of 1,363 kilometers of the pipeline is to be laid down across Yakutia. As many as 12,000 people, including 5,000 workers from Yakutia, will be engaged in construction of the trunk pipeline.
In the past, ecological organizations heard reports by executives of the pipeline project, the Transneft Company and other structures concerning ecology and security of operation of facilities of the future pipeline system. Designers provided for the use of piping with factory-made insulation, three-time safety margin at ordinary sections and five-time safety margin at underwater sections of the trunk pipeline.
A system of automatic recording of leakages guarantees detection of ruptures and stealing of oil at early stages. Designers examined questions of rapid deliveries of people and equipment to any point of the pipeline in case of emergencies, while rapid response groups will be based near pumping stations.
In 2006, around 530 kilometers of the pipeline were already laid down at the Taishet-Ust-Kut sections in the Irkutsk Region as well as the Tynda-Skovorodino section in the Amur Region. In 2007, work will be continued in those areas and started in Yakutia as well as at the special sea terminal Kozmino in the Primorye Territory.
The total length of the pipeline will be 2,800 kilometers. The first stage of the pipeline presupposes commissioning of the pipeline between Taishet and Skovorodino with an annual throughput capacity of 30 million tonnes.

From what I've read this pipeline is going to deliver 1.6 million barrels per day of oil from Siberia to China and none of it will be sold in d0llars. Now the question becomes, how many miles of pipeline per day can 12K dedicated people working 24/7 lay down? Promises to be an interesting year for the Seven Sisters and the Federal Reserve.