Stavropol-Moscow Gas Pipeline

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Stavropol-Moscow Gas Pipeline is a gas pipeline in Russia and the Ukraine.

Location

The Stavropol-Moscow Gas Pipeline is a gas pipeline in Russia and the Ukraine.

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Project Details

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  • Current capacity:
  • Length: 1,262 km[1]
  • Status: Retired
  • Start Year:
  • Retired Year: 2007

Background

The pipeline is in the north-south Russian domestic corridor, entering the Ukraine through the Prokhorivka gas metering station in south and the Serebryanka gas metering station in north. After Russia built the Sokhranovka-Oktyabrskaya Gas Pipeline bypass and the Petrovsk-Frolovo-Izobilnoye Gas Pipeline, this corridor is no longer in use. The pipeline is 1,262 kilometers, has 700-800mm pipeline diameter, a pressure (MPa) of 5.4, and two threads.[1]

Articles and resources

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Projects of gas transport facilities VTG, accessed October 28, 2019

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External articles

Wikipedia also has an article on the Stavropol Moscow Pipeline ([1]). This article may use content from the Wikipedia article under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License].