Central Kalimantan-South Kalimantan Gas Pipeline
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The Central Kalimantan-South Kalimantan Gas Pipeline is a proposed natural gas pipeline in Indonesia.
The pipeline would run from Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan to Banjarbaru, South Kalimantan.
- Operator: TBD
- Parent Company: TBD
- Current Capacity:
- Proposed capacity: 250-300 MMscf/d 
- Length: 101 miles / 162 kilometers
- Status: Proposed
- Start Year: 2020
The project is part of the Trans Kalimantan Gas pipeline Project which also includes West Kalimantan-Central Kalimantan Gas Pipeline and Natuna-West Kalimantan Gas Pipeline. In January 2018 the Indonesian government announced that a contract to build the pipeline would be tendered at an estimated cost of US$97 million. In July 2019 BPH Migas, which is Indonesia's Downstream Oil and Gas Regulatory Agency, announced that a feasibility study is being conducted for the Central Kalimantan-South Kalimantan pipeline and other pipelines in Kalimantan. In July 2019 the government announced that it would seek private financing for the project. As of January 2021, the tender process for the pipeline had not started
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