Monte Alpi Crude Oil Pipeline
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Monte Alpi Crude Oil Pipeline is an oil pipeline in Italy.
The pipeline originates at ENI's Val d'Agri oil processing center in Viggiano (Basilicata region) and terminates at the Taranto refinery in Puglia.
- Operator: Eni S.p.A
- Owner: Eni S.p.A
- Parent: Eni S.p.A
- Current capacity: 150,000 barrels per day
- Length: 138 kilometers / 85.75 miles
- Diameter: 20 inches
- Oil source: Tempa Rossa Oil Field and Val D Agri Oil Field, Italy
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 2001
The pipeline carries crude oil from the Tempa Rossa Oil Field and Val D Agri Oil Field to the Taranto Refinery in Italy, where it is either processed or exported.