Harbin-Shenyang Pipeline

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Harbin-Shenyang Pipeline (哈沈输气管线) is an operating pipeline in China.[1]


The pipeline runs from Shenyang, Liaoning, China, to Harbin, Heilongjiang, China.[2]

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Project Details

  • Operating Company: PetroChina
  • Parent Company: China National Petroleum Corporation
  • Current Capacity:
  • Length: 555 kilometers / 344.9 miles
  • Status: operating (Shenyang-Changchun)
  • Start Year: 2015


The source of the pipeline is the West-East Gas Pipeline 2/ Changqing Gas Field/Russa-China East Line Domestic Extension. Construction between Changchun and Shenyang began in 2012 and was completed in 2015[1], with a design by the Design Institute of the Pipeline Bureau. The length of this part was 364.7 km (226.6 miles). It has a diameter of 1016 mm and a design pressure of 10 MPa. The part between Changchun and Harbin was not built yet. The Harbin-Shenyang Pipeline also has a two-way gas transmission function.[3]

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