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Gas Pipeline Capital cuts: what does this mean for the market

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In the last five years gas pipeline unit costs in the EMEARC region have fallen by almost 30% due to falling steel prices exchange rate fluctuations and project cost optimisation. Unit costs for land based gas pipelines have fallen from $75 000/inch kilometre to less than $55 000/inch kilometre. This can have an important impact on gas markets especially at a time when many competing LNG projects are entering the global market place it will be important for gas pipelines to keep units costs as low as possible to enable them to compete for global and regional market shares.

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  • Figure 1: Pipeline unit investment cost breakdown
  • Figure 2: Compressor station unit investment breakdown
  • Figure 3: Current European pipeline construction costs
  • Figure 4: Average pipeline (48") construction cost
  • Figure 5: Cost evaluation of major pipeline projects
  • Gas Pipeline Capital cuts: what does this mean for the market: Image 6
  • Natural gas pipeline unit costs in the US
  • Compressor station unit costs
  • Gas Pipeline Capital cuts: what does this mean for the market: Image 9
  • Table 1: Summary of Typical pipe costs (Real 2016)*

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