CNOOC Coal Gasification Transmission Pipeline

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CNOOC Coal Gasification Transmission Pipeline (中海油蒙西煤制气外输管道) is a proposed pipeline in China that would transport gas derived from coal.


The pipeline runs from Hanggin, Ordos, Inner Mongolia to Huanghua, Cangzhou, Hebei, China.

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Project Details

  • Operating Company: CNOOC Ordos Energy Chemical Co., Ltd.
  • Parent Company: PipeChina
  • Current Capacity: 20 bcm/year[1]
  • Length: 1279.00 Km / 794.7 miles (The major line is 1022 kilometers/635 miles)[1]
  • Status: under construction
  • Start Year: 2020[2]


The pipeline's sources are the Shanxi Datong Coal Gasification Facility, Xinmeng Energy Ordos Coal Gasification Facility, Hebei Construction&Investment Group Coal Gasification Facility, Beijing Enterprises Clean Energy Group Coal Gasification Facility and Tianjin Gasification Facility.[3] The pipeline contains one major line, one branch line, and one connecting line.[1] In October 2020 ownership of the pipeline was transferred from CNOOC to PipeChina.[4]

Articles and resources


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 蒙西煤制天然气外输管道项目变更环境影响报告书 Ministry of Ecology and Environment, June 2018
  2. Zhang Lei 中海油蒙西煤制天然气管道一期工程将进入建设新阶段 中国煤炭资源网, August 23, 2019
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  4. 重磅:国家管网正式运营!,, Oct. 9, 2020

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