Batangas-Manila Gas Pipeline
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Batangas-Manila Gas Pipeline (BatMan1) was a proposed natural gas pipeline in the Philippines which is now presumed to be shelved.
The pipeline runs from Batangas City, Batangas to Navotas City, Manila.
- Operator: PNOC
- Parent Company: PNOC
- Current Capacity:
- Proposed Capacity:
- Length: 75 mi / 121 km
- Status: Shelved
- Start Year:
The pipeline was first proposed in 2012 and was included in the 2016-2030 Philippine Energy Plan. Feasibility studies were conducted by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and Rebel Group International B.V., and the project was shelved in 2017 due to multiple reasons, including right-of-way issues, concerns about insufficient supply for the pipeline, and construction of an LNG Terminal.
Articles and resources
- "eFOI - Electronic Freedom of Information - Request- Batangas-Manila and Bataan-Manila Natural Gas Pipeline Projects". eFOI - Electronic Freedom of Information. Retrieved 2021-09-22.
- Philippine Energy Plan Update, DOE, 2016
- PNOC shifts track on Batangas-Manila gas pipeline project, Manila Bulletin, Jan. 23, 2017