Karamay–Dushanzi/Ürümqi Oil Pipeline

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Karamay–Dushanzi/Ürümqi Oil Pipeline 克拉玛依油田外输管线 (克独线, 克乌线), also known as the Karamay Oilfield Transmission Pipeline (Kedu Line, Kewu Line), is an oil pipeline operating in China.[1]

Location

The Karamay–Ürümqi/Dushanzi Oil Pipeline runs from Karamay, Zinjiang to Dushanzi and to Ürümqi, Xinjiang, China. However, the pipeline routes for the Kedu New Line Pipeline, Karamay–Ürümqi Pipeline, and Kou Double Line are unknown.

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Project Details

  • Parent company:PipeChina
  • Capacity: 53 mta
  • Length:[1]
    • Karamay–Dushanzi Pipeline (Kedu Line): 147.2 kilometers
    • Parallel line: 147 km
    • Kedu New Line: 148.62 km
    • Karamay–Ürümqi Pipeline (Kewu Line): 295 km
    • Kou Double Line: Unknown
  • Status: Operating
  • Start year: 1959, 1973, 1991

Background

The pipeline's source is Karamay Oil Field, the diameter is 168 millimeters, and design pressure is 8.5 mpa.

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 克拉玛依油田原油外输管道, infopetro.com, Mar. 6, 2014.

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