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China and India to dominate pipeline additions between 2018 - 2022

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World Pipelines,


Analysis of global planned trunk/transmission oil and gas pipelines for the period 2018 - 2022, shows that the Xinjiang–Guangdong–Zhejiang SNG gas pipeline in China is the longest planned pipeline globally with a length of 8972 km, according to GlobalData.

The onshore pipeline is expected to start operations in 2022. China Petrochemical Corp has 100% equity stake in the pipeline while China Petroleum & Chemical Corp is the operator. The pipeline has a CAPEX of US$30.1 billion.

The second longest planned pipeline, the Chinese section of the Power of Siberia has a length of 3968 km. The onshore pipeline is expected to start operations in 2019. China National Petroleum Corp has 100% equity stake while China National Petroleum Corp is the operator. The pipeline has a total CAPEX of US$5.2bn.

The Russian section of the Power of Siberia is the third longest pipeline for the period of 2018 - 2022 with a length of 3200 km. The onshore pipeline is expected to start operations in 2019. Gazprom has 100% equity stake and is also the operator. The pipeline has a total CAPEX spending of US$20.1 billion.

The fourth longest planned pipeline is the Jagdishpur–Haldia gas pipeline in India with a length of 2655 km. The onshore pipeline is expected to start operations in 2019. GAIL (India) Ltd has 100% equity stake and is the operator. The pipeline has total CAPEX of US$1.9 billion.

The Surat–Paradip gas pipeline, also in India, is the fifth longest planned pipeline globally with a length of 1990 km. The onshore pipeline is expected to start operations in 2020. GAIL (India) Ltd holds 100% equity stake and is also the operator. The pipeline has total CAPEX spending of US$1.5 billion.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/project-news/23012018/china-and-india-to-dominate-pipeline-additions-between-2018--2022/

 

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