Gresik-Batam-Singapore Gas Pipeline
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Gresik-Batam-Singapore Gas Pipeline is an operational natural gas pipeline.
The pipeline brings gas from Indonesia's Sumatra Island to Singapore.
- Operator: Transgasindo TGI
- Current capacity: 650 million cubic feet per day
- Length: 470 km / 292 miles
- Status: Operating
- Start year: 2003
The Gresik-Batam-Singapore Gas Pipeline is an operational natural gas pipeline. Commissioned in 2003, the pipeline is designed for a capacity of 650 mmscf/day. In December 2019 Indonesia's Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources stated that Indonesia would stop delivery of gas to Singapore when the current contract for the Gresik-Batam-Singapore pipeline expires in 2023.
Articles and resources
- Grissik-Batam-Singapore Gas Pipeline, A Barrel Full, accessed March 2018
- Eric Yep, LNG to surpass piped gas in Singapore's future energy mix, S&P Global Platts, Dec. 6, 2019