Odessa–Brody is a 674km-long onshore pipeline project operated by Ukrtransgaz. This oil pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 40 inches, starts at Odessa Oblast (Ukraine) and ends in Lviv Oblast (Ukraine).
The Odessa–Brody project started operations in 2002 and is owned by Naftogaz of Ukraine.
The Odessa–Brody project is associated with the 4767km Ukraine Oil System.
Ukrtransgaz, a subsidiary of Naftogaz Ukrainy, is a mid-stream company. It provides natural gas storage, injection and transportation services. The company operates, modernizes and maintains pipelines and associated facilities; diagnoses and certifies equipment; constructs and installs high- and low-pressure pipelines and related facilities. Ukrtransgaz also identifies and regulates balance between natural gas entered the input points and volume withdrawn from output points. It sources gas from its parent and other hydrocarbon producers in Ukraine; and imports and transits natural gas across Europe. It has production facilities across the country, and has offices in Slovakia. Ukrtransgaz is headquartered in Kiev, Ukraine.
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