Lanzhou-Chengdu Oil Pipeline
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Lanzhou-Chengdu Oil Pipeline is an oil pipeline in China.
The 880-kilometre (547-mi) pipeline starts at the Lanzhou terminal in Gansu province and ends at the Pengzhou terminal in Sichuan province. It runs through Gansu, Shaanxi and Sichuan provinces in China. The pipeline traverses some of China's most challenging terrain, including the Qin Mountains.
- Operator: CNPC
- Current capacity: 200,684 barrels per day
- Length: 880 km / 547 mi
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 2013
The Lanzhou–Chengdu Pipeline is a crude oil pipeline in China, owned by China National Petroleum Corporation.
Articles and resources
- Lanzhou-Chengdu Oil Pipeline, Wikipedia, accessed September 2017
- "New pipeline to feed China's petrochemical industry", Pipelines International (June 2011). Retrieved on 2013-03-31.
- "Lanzhou-Chengdu Crude Pipeline completed", Pipelines International (2013-03-28). Retrieved on 2013-03-31.
- "Lanzhou-Chengdu pipeline complete in China", Oil & Gas Journal, Pennwell Corporation (2013-03-19). Retrieved on 2013-03-31.
- Lanzhou-Chengdu Crude Oil Pipeline. The Oriental Pro-Energy Consulting Organization. Retrieved on 2013-03-31.
- "China wraps up Lanzhou-Chengdu pipeline", Oil & Gas Technology (2013-03-21). Retrieved on 2013-03-31.
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