South Natural Gas Pipeline
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South Natural Gas Pipeline is a gas pipeline in Turkey.
The pipeline runs in Turkey, beginning near Sivas and passing through the cities of Malatya, Kahramanmaraş, Gaziantep, Osmaniye, and Adana, and end in the city of Mersin.
- Operator: Botas
- Current capacity:
- Length: 716 km / 447 miles
- Start Year: 2005
- Diameter: 16, 24, 40 inches
- Status: Operating
- Associated Projects:
According to BOTAŞ Petroleum Pipeline Corporation, the state-owned crude oil and natural gas pipelines and trading company in Turkey, the pipeline is a 40” line approximately 716 km-long and is used to "supply of natural gas to the Southern and South-Eastern Anatolia Regions by means of a branch from the Eastern Anatolia Main Transmission Line to be built near Sivas, will start from city of Sivas and pass through the cities of Malatya, Kahramanmaraş, Gaziantep, Osmaniye, and Adana, and end in the city of Mersin." It was built in three states and commissioned in 2005."