Rehden-Hamburg Gas Pipeline
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Rehden-Hamburg Gas Pipeline (RHG) is an operating natural gas pipeline.
- Operator: Gascade Gastransport GmbH
- Parent Company: BASF (50%) and Gazprom (50%)
- Capacity: 4.2 billion cubic meters per year
- Length: 82 miles / 132 kilometers
- Diameter: 31 inches
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 1994
- Corresponding SciGrid name: RHG
The pipeline Rehden-Hamburg Gas Pipeline (Rehden-Hamburg-Gasleitung (RHG)) was constructed in 1994 by Wingas and E.ON Hanse (Hamburger Gaswerke). The pipeline is now owned by Gascade Gastransport GmbH, a joint venture of BASF and Gazprom. It has a diameter of 800 mm, or 31 inches. It connects with the MIDAL Gas Pipeline at Rehden, and with E.ON's gas network in Heidenau, southwest of Hamburg.
SciGrid refers to this pipeline in its IGG dataset as "INET_PL_580".
Articles and resources
- Rehden-Hamburg gas pipeline, accessed April 2018
- Gasfernleitungsnetz mit Ein- und Ausspeisepunkten, Gascade, Dec. 2019.
- RHG, Gascade website, accessed June 2020.
- Diettrich, J.C.; Pluta, A.; Medrjoubi, W. (July 23, 2020). "The combined IGG gas transmission network data set". SciGRID_gas. Retrieved September 2, 2020.
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