GASUN Gas Pipeline
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GASUN Gas Pipeline is a proposed natural gas pipeline.
The pipeline will run from Mimoso, Mato Grosso do Sul through Goiânia, Palmas, Belém to Maranhão.
- Operator: Petrobras
- Parent Company: Petrobras
- Current capacity:
- Proposed capacity: 10 billion cubic meters per year
- Length: 3,100 miles / 4,989 km
- Status: Construction
- Start Year: 2026
The National Unification Gas Pipeline (Gas Unificação – GASUN) will be a 4,989-kilometre (3,100 mi) natural gas pipeline in Brazil. GASUN will connect the Gasbol pipeline with the northern Amazon and the Northeast states (Pará, Tocantins, Maranhão and Piauí) allowing transportation of Bolivian gas into these regions. The project is expected to cost US$2.48 billion. GASUN will connect the Gasbol pipeline with the northern Amazon and the Northeast states (Pará, Tocantins, Maranhão and Piauí) allowing transportation of Bolivian gas into these regions.Cite error: Invalid
invalid names, e.g. too many Construction of this section started in 2005, and was completed in 2007. The longest and most costly portion of GASUN will be the 2,260 kilometres (1,400 mi) long central-north branch, which is to connect Goiás and Maranhão. It will pass through Palmas and Belém, Pará. The entire natural gas pipeline is scheduled to be complete by 2026.
Articles and resources
- GASUN, Wikipedia, accessed February 2018
- Transporting oil and gas: the world’s longest pipelines, Offshore Technology, Sep. 14, 2018
- BRAZIL: Future to Run on Natural Gas, Inter Press Service, Jan. 29, 2004
- South America snapshot, Pipelines International, Oct. 13, 2015
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