Paradip-Haldia Oil Pipeline, India


The Paradip-Haldia Crude Oil Pipeline Project is the 170 km section, between Balasore and Haldia, of a pipeline network expansion project being realized in Eastern India. The project covers the laying of a pipeline and a parallel optical communication cable system as well as the construction, mechanical and electrical works at 5 RCP stations and the Haldia Terminal.

The project, realized by Gammon-Limak Joint Venture, started on 23 September 2004.

With the project, which is realized using pipes with a diameter of 30 inches, 11 million m3 crude oil is carried from Paradip Storage Tanks in Orissa Province to Haldia Oil refinery in a year.

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