Norpipe Gas is a 443km-long shallow water pipeline project operated by Gassco. This gas pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 36 inches, starts at North Sea (Norway) and ends in Lower Saxony (Germany).

The Norpipe Gas project started operations in 1977 and is owned by Petoro, CapeOmega, Sval Energi, Silex Gas Norway, and Equinor.

The Norpipe Gas project is associated with the 106km Sean–Bacton.

About Gassco

Gassco AS (Gassco) is an oil and gas company that transports natural gas. The company carries out the technical operation of process plants, pipelines, platforms and terminals; system operation; capacity management; infrastructure development; and gassled booking services. It owns and operates natural gas processing plants which include Karsto gas prcessing plant, Kollsnes gas processing plant and Nyhamna processing plant. Gassco also carries out research and development activities for continuous operation and development of the Norwegian gas transport system. The company transports Norwegian gas to the UK and other European countries through a network of pipelines. It also operates receiving terminals in Belgium, France, Germany, and the UK. The company collaborates with oil and gas companies, government agencies and subcontractors in Norway and other countries. Gassco is headquartered in Kopervik, Norway.


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