Oman Main Line–Ras Markaz oil pipeline

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Oman Main Line–Ras Markaz oil pipeline is an oil pipeline, under construction running from the Oman Main Oil Line to Ras Markaz Oil Storage Terminal, Oman.

Location

The pipeline would run from the Oman Main Oil Line, near Nahdah, Ad Dakhiliyah governorate, to Ras Markaz Oil Storage Terminal, 70 km south of Duqm, Al Wusta governorate, Oman.

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Pipeline Details

  • Operator: Oman Tank Terminal Company (OTTCO)
  • Parent Company: Oman Oil Company
  • Proposed capacity: 700,000 barrels per day[1]
  • Length: 440 km / 273.403 miles[2]
  • Status: Construction[3][4]
  • Start Year: [3]

Background

Oman Tank Terminal Company (OTTCO) (which is co-owned by Oman Oil Company and Takamul Investment Company, a subsidiary of Oman Oil Company) is currently developing a project to build the Ras Markaz Oil Storage Terminal, oil storage facility and port near Duqm, as well as a 440-kilometer pipeline from the Oman Main Oil Line to the terminal. In August 2016, OTTCO shortlisted 11 bidders for the construction of the terminal.[5][3]

According to DMS Projects, the Oman Main Line–Ras Markaz oil pipeline would function as a second export line for Omani export crude oil.[2]

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References

  1. Timing it to perfection, Oil and Gas News Online, accessed February 2020
  2. 2.0 2.1 "OTTCO - Main Line Oil - Ras Markaz Crude Oil Terminal Pipeline | DMS Projects". www.dmsprojects.net. Retrieved 2020-08-07.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Ras Markaz Crude Oil Storage Terminal, Hydrocarbons Technology, accessed July 2018.
  4. "Ras Markaz - Nahada Crude Oil Pipeline Project - METenders". metenders.com. Retrieved 2020-08-07.
  5. OTTCO – Ras Markaz Oil Storage Terminal – Oman – Project Profile, JSB Market Research, 31 Aug. 2017.

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