Azerbaijan to build new Caspian pipeline from Guneshli field

Jun 08, 2007 02:00 AM

Azerbaijan's SOCAR state-owned oil company plans to lay a new underwater gas pipeline from the Guneshli field in the Caspian Sea basin, the company said.
SOCAR said the underwater pipeline would stretch over 66.5 km and have a capacity of 5.5 mm cm of gas per day. The pipeline should be completed later this year.

The company said it would be the third gas pipeline from the Guneshli field and run 50 to 100 meters from another pipeline built three years ago.

Source: AzerTag
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