China Petroleum Pipeline Engineering
|Industry||Oil & Gas|
Number of locations
|China, Sudan, Libya, Mozambique, India, Thailand, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Russia, United Arab Emirates, Chad, Niger, Myanmar, Iraq|
The China Petroleum Pipeline Engineering Co., Ltd. (CPP) is a subsidiary of the China National Petroleum Corporation and the primary builder of pipelines in China. The company has built much of the cross-country pipeline infrastructure in China and had several large-scale projects abroad.
- Habshan–Fujairah oil pipeline, a 1.5 million-barrel-per-day crude oil pipeline from Habshan, Abu Dhabi to Fujairah. It was built by CPP and China Petroleum Engineering and Construction Corporation, another subsidiary of CNPC, in a project under a construction contract for US$3.29 billion. The construction work was carried out from March 2008 to March 2011.
- East West Gas Pipeline, a key pipeline of India.
- China-Russia East Route Natural Gas Pipeline, a gas pipeline network linking gas fields in Russia’s Far East through the completed Sakhalin–Khabarovsk–Vladivostok pipeline and planned Power of Siberia pipeline will carry gas on wards across China, reaching Shanghai. The Chinese side of the network has been under construction by CPP since 2015.
- "China National Wins Reliance Gas Pipeline Contract in India". Bloomberg. July 8, 2014.
- "Abu Dhabi Crude Oil (Habshan-Fujairah) Pipeline Project, United Arab Emirates". Hydrocarbons Technology.
- "Gas pipeline to Russia has biggest pipes in China". CCTV America. June 30, 2015.
- Palma, Stefania (September 9, 2018). "Malaysia cancels China-backed pipeline projects". The Financial Times. Archived from the original on September 9, 2018. Retrieved September 10, 2018.
Lim Guan Eng, Malaysian finance minister, said the cancelled projects were two oil and gas pipelines in mainland Malaysia and the island of Borneo that cost more than $1bn apiece, and a $795m pipeline linking the state of Malacca to a Petronas refinery and petrochemical plant in the state of Johor [...] Only an average of 13 per cent of the pipelines’ construction has been completed, while almost 90 per cent of the projects’ value has been paid to contractor China Petroleum Pipeline Bureau, according to the finance ministry.