Badra-PS-2 Oil Pipeline
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Badra-PS-2 Oil Pipeline is an operating oil pipeline, running from Badra oilfield, 180KM south the capital Bagdad to PS-2 pumping station, Iraq.
The pipeline runs from Badra oilfield, Wasit governorate Eastern Iraq , to PS-2 pumping station, on the Iraq Strategic Pipeline, Muthanna governorate, Iraq.
- Operator: Gazprom Neft, South Oil Company, Missan Oil Company
- Owner: Iraq Ministry of Oil
- Parent Company: Iraq Ministry of Oil
- Capacity: 204,000 barrels per day
- Length: 260km/ 162mi
- Diameter: 24/28 inches
- Status: Operating
- Start Year:
- Associated infrastructure:
The pipeline consists of two sections. Known as Badra-Gharraf Pipeline, section one is 165 km pipeline with a 24 inch diameter operated by Missan Oil Company and Gazprom Neft. Section two is 95 km with a 28 inch diameter and is operated by South Oil Company..
Articles and resources
- "Gazprom Neft connects Badra field to main Iraqi pipeline system".
- "ASB 2017. OPEC. P. 88" (PDF).
- Table 6.9: Main crude oil pipelines in OPEC members, 2016, OPEC Annual Statistical Bulletin 2017, pp. 87-94.
- Gazpromneft Badra website, accessed July 2018.