The 1,509km-long, upcoming Power Of Siberia 1 (China Section-II) project will be operated by China National Petroleum. This onshore, gas pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 56 inches, will start in Hebei (China) and ends in Shanghai (China).

The Power Of Siberia 1 (China Section-II) project is expected to commence operations in 2025 and will be owned by China National Petroleum.

The Power Of Siberia 1 (China Section-II) project is associated with the 2200km Power of Siberia 1 (Russia Section-I).

During the period 2021-2025, the Power Of Siberia 1 (China Section-II) project is expected to witness an estimated capex of $3,414.54m.

Contractors involved in the Power Of Siberia 1 (China Section-II) project:

Some of the key contractors for the Power Of Siberia 1 (China Section-II) include –

Main EPC: China National Petroleum, Gazprom, Stroygazconsulting Ltd Liability.

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.


Information on the pipeline is sourced from GlobalData’s Oil & Gas Pipelines database that provides detailed information on all active and upcoming, crude oil, natural gas, petroleum products and Natural Gas Liquids (NGL) trunk pipelines globally. Not all companies mentioned in the article may be currently existing due to their merger or acquisition or business closure.