Cluden to Brighouse Bay Gas Pipeline

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Cluden to Brighouse Bay Gas Pipeline is an operating gas pipeline in Scotland, the United Kingdom.[1]


The pipeline runs from Cluden, Dumfries County to Brighouse Bay, Kirkcudbrigth County.[2]

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Project Details

  • Operator: Gas Networks Ireland (GNI)
  • Owner: Gas Networks Ireland (GNI)
  • Parent company: Ervia
  • Current capacity: 35 million cubic feet per day
  • Length: 31 mi / 50 km
  • Cost: €100 million [3]
  • Financing: €33.7 million grant from the EU's Connecting Europe Facility[4]
  • Status: Operating
  • Start Year: 2018


The pipeline was built at a cost of €100 million and commissioned in December 2018. The pipeline feeds into the Scotland–Northern Ireland Gas Pipeline (SNIP).[3] The project has European Project of Common Interest status, qualifying it for public funding support. In 2014 the project received a €33,764,185 grant from the Connecting Europe Facility.[4]

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