Lanzhou-Chengdu Crude Pipeline completed

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Lanzhou-Chengdu Crude Pipeline was completed. The 880km-long pipeline extends from the Western Crude Pipeline terminal in Lanzhou, Gansu Province, to Pengzhou terminal station in Sichuan Province, running through Gansu, Shaanxi and Sichuan provinces. The pipeline is capable of delivering 10 million tons of crude annually, with the pipe diameter of 610mm, designed maximum pressure of 13.4MPa, and a fall head of 2,207m. It is currently the one of its kind in China that has the highest pipe pressure and largest fall head.

As a major part of the energy channel in northwestern China, Lanzhou-Chengdu Crude Pipeline will play an important role in improving China’s petrochemical layout, promoting the development of local economy and relevant industries, and stimulating oil production growth in Xinjiang. It will supply crude to the Sichuan / Pengzhou Refinery

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