Central Asia–China Line C (Kazakhstan Section) is a 1,304km-long onshore pipeline project operated by Asian Gas Pipeline. This gas pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 48 inches, starts at South Kazakhstan Oblast (Kazakhstan) and ends in Xinjiang (China).

The Central Asia–China Line C (Kazakhstan Section) project started operations in 2015 and is owned by China National Petroleum and National Company KazMunayGas.

The Central Asia–China Line C (Kazakhstan Section) project is associated with the 1305km Central Asia–China Line A (Kazakhstan Section), 530km Central Asia–China Line B (Uzbekistan Section) and 530km Central Asia–China Line C (Uzbekistan Section).


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