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Nam Con Son Pipeline

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09 May 2019

Nam Con Son Pipeline

Report summary

The Nam Con Son Pipeline is a two-phase pipeline running from Block 06-1 to the Phy My power and industrial complex in south Vietnam. It was commissioned in November 2002 and at the time was the longest two-phase line in the world. Gas and condensate are transported from the Lan Tay field to a processing terminal at Dinh Co, via a 370 kilometre, 26-inch section of the pipeline. Processed gas is then transported a further 29 kilometres from Dinh Co to Phu My in power generation and fertiliser production.

Table of contents

  • Key facts
    • Summary
    • Key issues
  • Location maps
  • Participation
    • Pipeline Development
    • Power Development
  • Throughput
  • Third party users
    • Operating Costs
  • Sales contracts
  • Fiscal and regulatory
    • Cash flow
    • Discount rate and date
    • Inflation rate
    • Global Economic Model (GEM) file
  • Economic analysis

Tables and charts

This report includes 15 images and tables including:

  • Key facts: Table 1
  • Pipeline Infrastructure Map
  • Participation: Table 1
  • Throughput: Table 1
  • Throughput: Table 2
  • Gas Throughput Profile
  • Costs: Table 1
  • Costs: Table 2
  • Economic analysis: Table 1
  • Economic analysis: Table 2
  • Economic analysis: Table 3
  • Split of Revenues
  • Cumulative Net Cash Flow - Undiscounted
  • Cumulative Net Cash Flow - Discounted at 10% from 01/01/2020
  • Remaining Revenue Distribution (Discounted at 10% from 01/01/2020)

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