Al Khafji Joint Operations Offshore Pipeline
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Al Khafji Joint Operations Offshore Pipeline is a shelved crude oil offshore pipeline that is a part of the Al Khafji Joint Operations project between Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.
The pipeline's route is unknown, but it begins in Al Khafji and ends offshore.
- Operator: Al Khafji Joint Operations
- Parent Company: Aramco Gulf Operations Co. and Kuwait Gulf Oil Co.
- Proposed capacity:
- Status: shelved
- Start Year:
Offshore Magazine reported on April 25, 2018 that Al Khafji Joint Operations (KJO) has contracted "Saipem to perform engineering, construction, installation, and commissioning of a new crude transmission line offshore Saudi Arabia/Kuwait."
Since 2018, there have been no updates on the pipeline project, it is presumed to be shelved.
In May of 2020, S&P Global reported that Kuwait and Saudi Arabia agreed to stop production from Al Khafji because "there are simply no buyers."
Articles and resources
- Offshore staff. "Saipem to install offshore pipeline for KJO". Offshore Magazine. Retrieved August 12, 2020.
- "Kuwait, Saudi Arabia to shut shared Al-Khafji field just months after restart | S&P Global Platts". www.spglobal.com. Retrieved 2020-08-12.