Obaiyed-Amreya Northern Gas Pipeline

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The Northern Gas Pipeline, or Obaiyed-Amreya gas pipeline, is an existing natural gas pipeline, running from Obaiyed gas field to Amreya oil & gas plant, Egypt.


The pipeline runs from Obaiyed gas field, Matruh governorate, to Amreya oil & gas plant, Alexandria governorate, Egypt.

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The 34-inch Northern Gas Pipeline apparently handles all of the gas exported from the Khalda concession, Martouh concession, Ras Kanayis concession, Ras El Hekma concession, Umbarka concession, and South Umbarka concession. As of 2004 it was owned jointly by Apache Corporation and Shell.[1][2]

Pipeline Details

  • Operator: Apache Corporation and Shell
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  • Length: 315 kilometers
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  • Status: Operating
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Articles and resources


  1. World Energy Atlas, Petroleum Economist, 2001.
  2. Environmental Impact Statement (EIA) for Egyptian Oil & Gas Activities, Apache Egypt Companies, Feb. 2004.

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