Ezanga Oil Pipeline Network
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Ezanga Oil Pipeline Network is an existing network of oil pipelines, running from the Ezanga oilfields to export terminals in Cap Lopez and Gamba, Gabon.
The pipeline runs from the Ezanga oilfields to export terminals in Cap Lopez and Gamba, in Ogooué-Maritime province, Gabon.
The Ezanga oil pipeline network connects a number of oil wells in Gabon's Ogooué-Maritime province with two export terminals at Cap Lopez and Gamba. The pipelines are owned by several companies: Maurel & Prom, Perenco, Addax Petroleum (owned by Sinopec), and Assala Energy (owned by the Carlyle Group). The pipelines are 12 and 18 inches.
- Operator: Maurel & Prom, Perenco, Addax Petroleum, and Assala Energy
- Parent Company: Maurel & Prom, Perenco, Sinopec, Carlyle Group
- Current capacity:
- Length: 475 kilometers
- Status: Operating
- Start Date:
Articles and resources
- Maurel & Prom corporate presentation, January 2019, p. 17.