Apsara Oil Pipeline
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The Apsara Oil Pipeline is a proposed crude oil pipeline in Cambodia.
The pipeline runs from the Apsara oil field in the Gulf of Thailand to four offshore platforms.
- Operator: KrisEnergy
- Parent Company: KrisEnergy
- Current Capacity:
- Proposed capacity: 30,000 barrels per day
- Length: 4 mi / 6.5 km
- Status: Proposed
- Start Year: 2020
In May 2018 Singaporean company KrisEnergy released tenders for the construction and commissioning of the pipeline, which would consist of 5-km of gathering pipelines, and a 1.5-km pipeline to Apsara Platform A. In April 2019 it was reported that the production from the Apsara field would begin in 2020. In April 2020 KrisEnergy entered a credit facility agreement with Kepinvest Singapore for a loan of up to US$87 million for the project.
Articles and resources
- KrisEnergy to extract Cambodia’s first oil in 2019, Southeast Asia Globe, Oct. 20, 2017
- KrisEnergy releases EPCIC Tender for the Apsara Oil Field Project, Mentor IMC Group, May 29, 2018
- Keppel progressing Apsara production barge, Upstream Online, Apr. 10, 2019
- KrisEnergy secures loan for Apsara oil project offshore Cambodia, Offshore, May 1, 2020