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Turkmenistan-China Gas Pipeline

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17 December 2018

Turkmenistan-China Gas Pipeline

Report summary

The Turkmenistan-China Gas Pipeline is Central Asia's key gas export route. It currently consists of three lines (A, B and C) that deliver gas from the Turkmenistan-Uzbekistan border to China, via Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan. Development of the pipeline was a turning point for Central Asia's gas industry, which has historically relied on exports to Russia.The network crosses about 2,000 kilometres and is one of the largest pipeline projects in the world. Line A was commissioned in ...

Table of contents

  • Key facts
    • Summary
    • Key issues
  • Location maps
    • Operator
    • Ownership
    • Overview
      • Capacity
    • Lines A and B
      • Key dates
      • Overview
      • Key contracts
    • Line C
      • Key dates
      • Overview
      • Key contracts
    • Line D
      • Key dates
      • Overview
    • Volumes
      • Historical volumes
      • Future volumes
    • Supply sources
      • Turkmenistan
      • Uzbekistan
      • Kazakhstan
    • Supply considerations
    • Capital costs
      • Financing
    • Tariff
      • Transit tariff
      • Regulated tariff (for domestic use)
    • Turkmenistan
    • Uzbekistan
    • Kazakhstan

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  • Turkmenistan-China Gas Pipeline
  • Development: Table 1

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