The 432km-long, upcoming Block B–O Mon project will be operated by PetroVietnam Gas. According to GlobalData, who tracks more than 8,000 active and developing pipelines worldwide, the onshore, shallow water gas pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 30 inches, will start in South China Sea (Vietnam) and ends in Can Tho (Vietnam). Buy the profile here.

The Block B–O Mon project is expected to commence operations in 2024 and will be owned by Vietnam National Oil and Gas Group, Mitsui, and PTT Public.

The Block B–O Mon project is associated with the 325km PM3 CAA–Ca Mau.

During the period 2021-2025, the Block B–O Mon project is expected to witness an estimated capex of $260m.

Contractors involved in the Block B–O Mon project:

Some of the key contractors for the Block B–O Mon include -

Design/FEED: Dorsch Holding, PetroVietnam Engineering Consultancy, Worley.

Main EPC: Vietnam National Oil and Gas Group, Zarubezhneft.

About PetroVietnam Gas

PetroVietnam Gas Corp (PV Gas), a subsidiary of Vietnam National Oil and Gas Group, carries out the gathering, import, transportation, processing, storing, distribution and trading of gas and gas products. Its product portfolio includes liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), liquefied natural gas (LNG), compressed natural gas (CNG), dry gas and condensate. The company has a full gas infrastructure that includes gas gathering systems, pipelines, storage systems, gas processing plants. It provides services such as transportation of gas and gas products; design, construction, installation, commissioning, maintenance and repair of gas works; port warehousing services; and supplying materials and equipment for the gas industry. PV Gas is headquartered in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.

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