India and Oman consider subsea gas pipeline

Nov 02, 2009 01:00 AM

India and Oman are examining the possibility of constructing a subsea gas pipeline that could significantly boost New Delhi's energy industry, according to local media sources.
The proposed 1,100 km pipeline has a challenging technical dimension because at a particular point, its depth will be over 3,500 m -- considerably deeper than any subsea pipeline that has been constructed to date.

Oman Ambassador Sheikh Humaid Bin Ali Bin Sultan Al-mani said, "According to the previous feasibility study, the gas pipeline is very costly, technically speaking."
"I do hope that if the technical aspects are overcome, we will be able to implement such projects. It would be good for India's energy security."

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