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Kumli-Kizlyar-Babayurt-Aksai Pipeline is a gas pipeline in Russia.
The pipeline runs from Kumli, Russia, to Kizlyar, Russia, to Babayurt, Russia, to Aksai, Russia.
- Operator: Gazprom
- Current capacity: 8.5 billion cubic meters per year
- Length: 115 km / 71.5 miles
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 2005
The Kumli Kizlyar Babayurt Aksai Pipeline links the Makat North Caucasus Pipeline and the Mozdok Kazimagomed Pipeline. It is about 115-km-long, has a 1,020mm diameter, 8.5 billion cubic meter annual throughput capacity. It includes a gas disposition terminal and gas purification facility.
Articles and resources
- Makat – North Caucasus and Mozdok – Kazimagomed pipelines linked Gazprom, November 14, 2005