Dushanzi-Ürümqi New Gas Pipeline

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Dushanzi-Ürümqi New Gas Pipeline 独乌输油管道(独山子-乌鲁木齐)is an operating gas pipeline in China.[1]

Location

The 231-kilometer (143-mi) pipeline runs from Dushanzi District, Karamay, Xinjiang to Ürümqi, Xinjiang.

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Project Details

  • Operator: CNPC West Pipeline Company 中国石油西部管道公司[2]
  • Parent: CNPC
  • Current capacity: 2.8 bcm/year[3]
  • Length: 231 km / 143 mi
  • Status: Operating
  • Start Year: 2006

Background

The pipeline is a replacement of a previous pipeline that ran along the same route for 25 years. It was owned by China National Petroleum Corporation. In 2020, the ownership of the sponsor company, CNPC West Pipeline Company, was handed to PipeChina, a newly established state-owned oil and gas pipeline corporation in China.[4]

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