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CNPC begins pipelaying operations

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On 12 August, China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) stated that it has begun laying a fourth gas pipeline between Shaanxi and Beijing.

The 1114 km natural gas pipeline is set to increase supply to China’s northeast area, a well as reduce the amount of air pollution within the cities.

The pipeline is able to hold an annual capacity of 25 billion m3; the other three Shaanxi-Beijing pipelines have a total capacity of 35 billion m3.

CNPC has stated that the line is scheduled to be in full operation before October 2017.

Edited from various sources by Stephanie Roker

Sources from Energy Voice, Rigzone

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