Buzurgan-Fao oil pipeline
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Buzurgan-Fao oil pipeline is an existing oil pipeline, running from Buzurgan oilfield to Fao, Iraq.
The pipeline runs from Buzurgan oilfield, Maysan governorate, to Fao, Basra governorate, Iraq.
The Buzurgan-Fao oil pipeline was completed in 2014, replacing an older, smaller pipeline. It has a capacity of 1 million barrels per day, and was built by China National Petroleum Corporation.<ref>CNPC unveils Maysan crude oil pipeline in southern Iraq, Oil & Gas Technology, Aug. 12, 2014</ref>
In October 2020 ownership of the pipeline was transferred from CNPC to PipeChina.
- Parent Company: PipeChina
- Diameter: 28 inches
- Current capacity: 1,000,000 barrels per day
- Length: 272 kilometers
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 2014
Articles and resources
- Table 6.9: Main crude oil pipelines in OPEC members, 2016, OPEC Annual Statistical Bulletin 2017, pp. 87-94.
- Ribbon Cut on new Bazurgan-Halfaya-Fao Pipeline, Iraq Business News, 5 Aug. 2013.
- 重磅：国家管网正式运营！, dy.163.com, Oct. 9, 2020
- Mehdi, Ahmed (2018). "Iraqi Oil: industry evolution and short and medium-term prospects" (PDF). Oxford Institute for Energy Studies. line feed character in
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