Dayawan-Changling Pipeline

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Dayawan-Changling Pipeline 大亚湾-长岭输油管道 was a proposed oil pipeline in China.[1] As of 2021 it is presumed to be cancelled.


The pipeline runs between Changling, Changsha (长沙市), Hunan Province and Dayawan, Huìzhōu (惠州市), Guangdong, China.

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Project details

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  • Parent company: PipeChina
  • Capacity: 20 mtpa
  • Diameter: 813 millimeters
  • Length: 1,100.00 kilometers
  • Status: Cancelled
  • Start year:


As of 2021, there had been no progress of the pipeline's development in over four years, and it is presumed to be cancelled.

Articles and resources


  1. 石油发展“十三五”规划 Natural Resources Defense Council, January, 2017

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