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Zhongxian-Wuhan Pipeline is an operating natural gas pipeline.
The pipeline runs from Zhong County in Chongqing to Wuhan, with branch pipelines from Jingzhou to Xiangfan, from Qianjiang to Xiangtan, and from Wuhan to Huangshi and Huaiyang and a connection with the West–East Gas Pipeline.
- Operator: PetroChina
- Parent Company: China National Petroleum Corporation
- Current Capacity: 3 billion cubic meters per year
- Length: 837 miles / 1,347 kilometers
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 2005
The pipeline connects Sichuan and Chongqing gas fields with consumers in Hubei and Hunan provinces. Preparations began in 1998 and the project was fully launched in March 2001. The feasibility study was approved by the Chinese State Council on 13 November 2002. Construction of the pipeline started on 28 August 2003 and was completed on 1 July 2005.
Articles and resources
- Zhongxian-Wuhan Pipeline, Wikipedia, accessed March 2018
- "PetroChina's Zhongxian-Wuhan Gas Pipeline commences construction", China Chemical Reporter (2003-09-06). Retrieved on 2009-02-28.
- "Feasibility study report on Zhongxian-Wuhan Gas pipeline project gets state approval", China Chemical Reporter (2003-01-16). Retrieved on 2009-02-28.
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