Russia-China East Line Domestic Extension

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Russia-China East Line Domestic Extension (中俄东线天然气管道) is a natural gas pipeline under construction in China. The first phase of 1067 km was completed in December 2019.[1]

Location

The entire pipeline (phases I through III) runs from Heihe, Heilongjiang to Shanghai, China.[2]

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Project Details

Phase I (Heihe - Changling)

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  • Owner: PipeChina[3]
  • Capacity: 38.00 bcm/year
  • Length: 663 mi / 1,067 km of 2,094.64 mi / 3,371.00 km[4]
  • Status: Operating[5]
  • Start Year: 2019

Phase II (Changling - Yongqing)

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  • Owner: PipeChina[3]
  • Capacity: 23.00 bcm/year
  • Length: 1110 km
  • Status: Construction[6]
  • Start Year: 2020

Phase III (Yongqing - Shanghai)

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  • Owner: PipeChina[3]
  • Capacity: 18.7 bcm/year
  • Length: 1480 km.
  • Status: Construction[7][8]
  • Start Year: 2024

Background

The pipeline's source is the Power of Siberia Gas Pipeline. In October 2020 ownership of the pipeline was transferred from CNPC to PipeChina.[3]

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