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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

News - Central Asian Gas Pipeline (CAGP)

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Line C of Kazakhstan-China Gas Pipeline Inaugurated

Third line or Line C of the Kazakhstan-China main gas pipeline was officially inaugurated on Monday in Almaty. Governor of Almaty region Amandyk Batalov, CEO of KazTransGas Kairat Sharipbayev, Vice President of PetroChina Lv Gongxun, Vice Minister of Energy Magzum Mirzagaliyev and other officials...

Amu Darya Project Gas Supplies to China This Year Reach 10 Bcm

China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC), the parent company of PetroChina, announced Thursday that Amu Darya River Natural Gas Co. in Turkmenistan has supplied 10.11 billion cubic meters (bcm) of natural gas to China this year as on November 9. Amu Darya River Natural Gas Co. saw its annual gas supply...

Tajikistan to Select Consultant for Work on Central Asia Gas Pipeline Project

The Ministry of Finance of Tajikistan has invited tender for selection of company that will provide technical, legal, economic and financial services for implementation of the Tajik section if Turkmenistan-China Gas Pipeline Project, Asia Plus reported Tuesday. Deadline for applications is March 12, 2015.

China's Gas Imports Via Central Asia Gas Pipeline Crosses 100 bcm

China National Petroleum Corporation has announced that cumulative gas imports into China through Central Asian pipeline has crossed 100 billion cubic meters. Central Asian gas pipeline connects Central Asia and China's gas pipeline network. Currently there are three lines, A, B and C, in operation...

Construction on Tajik Section of Turkmenistan-China Gas Pipeline Starts

Construction of transit gas pipeline to China through Tajik territory has begun, according to Asia Plus news agency. The transit gas pipeline that will run from Turkmenistan to China through Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan is expected to be finished in 2016. China National Petroleum Corporation...