Myanmar–China Gas is a 2,520km-long onshore pipeline project operated by China National Petroleum. This gas pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 40 inches, starts at Rakhine (Myanmar) and ends in Guangxi Zhuang (China).
The Myanmar–China Gas project started operations in 2013 and is owned by China National Petroleum, Posco International, Oil and Natural Gas, Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise, GAIL (India), and Korea Gas.
The Myanmar–China Gas project is associated with the 110km Shwe Gas.
About China National Petroleum
China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) is an integrated energy company with operations covering the entire oil and gas industry value chain. Its businesses encompass oil and gas exploration and development, refining and chemicals, marketing and trading, natural gas and pipelines. The company produces equipment for exploration and production, oilfield services, pipeline construction, refining and chemical processing, and offshore engineering. CNPC also designs and constructs oil and gas field production facilities, pipeline, storage tank, refinery and chemical plant, and offshore engineering. It provides services in geophysical prospecting, drilling, well logging, mud logging and downhole operations. The company also has presence in new energy development, capital management, finance and insurance service sectors. CNPC is headquartered in Beijing, China.
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