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Company Overview of China Petroleum Pipeline Bureau
China Petroleum Pipeline Bureau provides general contracting services for pipeline engineering and construction in China and internationally. The company covers the industry chain and pipeline core technology, such as pipeline R&D, survey, consulting, design, procurement, construction, coating, fitting fabrication, intelligent pigging, maintenance and repair, telecommunication, and commissioning services. It also engages in the research of storage and transportation technology, project management, supervision and EPC for long distance transportation pipeline projects, oil and gas field surface construction, large scale oil and gas storage facilities, near-shore oil and gas field development,...
No.158, Aimin East Road
Founded in 1973
Key Executives for China Petroleum Pipeline Bureau
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China Petroleum Pipeline Bureau Key Developments
China Petroleum Pipeline Bureau Wins ExxonMobil contract
Jan 17 17
The Middle East business of China Petroleum Pipeline Bureau has won bids for water pipeline EPC project of West Qurna 1 oilfield from ExxonMobil Iraq. This is the first time China Petroleum Pipeline Bureau wins a contract by ExxonMobil. The project will build water pipelines and support facilities between degassing stations, the DS6, DS7 and DS8 and some optional projects owners decided.
China Petroleum Pipeline Bureau Wins EPC Contract From BPC To Execute Single Point Mooring With Double PipelineProject
Dec 8 16
China Petroleum Pipeline Bureau (CPP) has won an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract from Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation (BPC) for the implementation of the Single Point Mooring with Double Pipeline project worth about $694 million. Under the terms of the contract, CPP would build a single point mooring (SPM) and a total of 220km pipeline (a 146km offshore pipeline and a 74km onshore pipeline). By implementing the project, BPC wants to ensure the unloading of imported crude oil in an efficient and time-saving manner. Upon completion, the SaPM would have an unloading capacity of nine million tonnes per year. It would enable BPC to unload 120,000 tonnes of crude oil in 48 hours and 70,000 tonnes of diesel in 28 hours. The pipeline, once completed, would be used to carry crude oil from tankers in the Bay of Bengal to the Eastern Refinery's (ERL) facility in Chittagong for processing. The pipeline will connect the SPM with ERL. China Exim Bank is likely to provide the project with a loan of about $550 million. The project is expected to become operational in December 2018. As part of the project, a diesel and crude oil storage tank would also be built at Moheshkhali Island on the Bay of Bengal under Bangladeshi Cox's Bazar district.
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