Dashava-Kiev-Bryansk-Moscow Gas Pipeline

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Dashava-Kiev-Bryansk-Moscow Gas Pipeline (Газопровод Дашава - Киев - Брянск - Москва) is an operating gas pipeline in Russia and Ukraine.


The pipeline runs from Dashava, Ukraine, to Kiev, Ukraine, to Bryansk, Russia, to Moscow, Russia.

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Project Details

  • Parent company: Gazprom
  • Current capacity: 1.8 bcm/yr[1]
  • Length: 1,301 kilometers[1] / 808.4 miles
  • Diameter: 20.87 in / 530 mm[1]
  • Status: Operating
  • Start Year: 1952[2][3]


In October 1948, the 509.6 km-long Dashava-Kiev gas pipeline segment began operation. For the first time, gas from Dashava went beyond the region and to Kiev, the capital of Ukraine.[2] In August 1949, Joseph Stalin has issued a decree to extend the pipeline to Moscow.[2] Construction continued and was completed by 1952, when Moscow officially started to receive the gas.[3]

Until 1966, the pipeline was supplying gas from Dashava to Moscow. When new gas fields were discovered, the pipeline was connected to the Shebelinka-Poltava-Kiev Gas Pipeline. After the reconstruction of the loops at the compressor stations, the gas went through the pipes in the opposite direction - to the west. Now the pipeline supplies gas to most of the villages and towns of three regions in Ukraine: Kiev, Zhitomir and Ternopil.[2]

Articles and resources


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Газопровод Дашава - Киев - Брянск - Москва, energybase.ru, accessed November 2020
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 "Блог историка: как Галичина газифицировала Киев". BBC News. Oct 1, 2018. Retrieved Aug 30, 2021.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "ДКБМ – ЗНАКОВЫЙ МАГИСТРАЛЬНЫЙ" (PDF). Gazprom. Nov 1, 2006. Retrieved Aug 30, 2021.

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