Binhai LNG Transport pipeline (Binhai-Xuyi, Tianchang-Hefei)
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Binhai LNG Transport pipeline (Binhai-Xuyi, Tianchang-Hefei) 滨海LNG配套输气管线 (滨海-盱眙, 天长-合肥) is a natural gas pipeline in China which has received a permit for construction.
The pipeline runs from Binhai, Yancheng, Jiangsu Province, to Hefei, Anhui Province, China.
- Operator: China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC)
- Parent company: CNOOC and Huainan Mine Group
- Capacity: 5.95 bcm/year
- Length: 533.4 kilometers
- Status: Proposed
The pipeline is to transport natural gas from Yancheng LNG Terminal to Jiangsu and Anhui. The project includes two parts: Binhai-Xuyi (327.8 kilometers) and Tianchang-Hefei (205.6 kilometers). Both have been permitted by the Provincial Development & Reform Commission, along with the Yancheng LNG Terminal. A tender to build the pipeline was held in January 2019.