Hyundai joins consortium for Turkmenistan-Pakistan pipeline

Oct 27, 1997 01:00 AM

South Korea's Hyundai Group said it will join the international consortium to build the gas pipeline between Turkmenistan and Pakistan.
Hyundai, together with companies from Japan, the U.S. and Indonesia, will build a 1,271-km gas pipeline connecting a natural gas field in Turkmenistan, which is presumed to contain 700 billion cubic meters of gas, to Pakistan by the year 2003.
The companies are also expected to set up a joint-venture company in relation to the project.

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