Koyali-Ratlam Oil Pipeline, India


The Koyali – Ratlam Crude Oil Pipeline Project is a 260 km long project designed for the transfer of oil products from the Koyali Refinery, located in the Province of Gujarat, to the Ratlam terminal in the Province of Madhya Pradesh.

Within the scope of this project, the contract of which was signed on 22 February 2006, a 260 km long pipeline with a diameter of 16 inches and a parallel optical communication cable system was laid, a temporary cathodic protection system was installed and construction, mechanical, electrical and instrumentation works at six RCP stations and the construction, mechanics, electricity and instrumentation works were completed at Koyali and Ratlam terminals.

The project, which was realized using pipes 16 inches in diameter, ensures the efficient and reliable transfer of 275.000 barrels of oil products a day from the Koyali Refinery to Ratlam in Central India.



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