FPL – Oman to India Multi-Purpose Pipeline – Oman - Project Profile
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Fox Petroleum Ltd (FPL), an associate of Fox Petroleum Group (FPG) is planning to build Oman India Multi Purpose Pipeline (OIMPP) project between India and Oman.
The project involves the construction of 1,600km pipeline laid at a depth of 3,400m below the seabed to transport 8 trillion m3 of gas over a 20 year period and will carry 31.5million standard cubic meters per day. It will be developed in phases.
The phase one of the project involves the construction of 1,300km pipeline from the Oman coast near Ra’s Al Jifan would be linked to the port of Duqm and to India’s Gujarat coast. Phase two with remaining 300km connecting Mumbai.
It includes the construction of gas compressing stations, pipeline bases, storage tanks, administrative buildings and related facilities, and installation of meter reading systems, valves, compressors, safety systems.
South Asia Gas Enterprise Pvt Ltd has been appointed as study consultant for the project.
In December 2015, FPL is in negotiations with South Asia Gas Enterprise Pvt Ltd (SAGE) to construct the pipeline.
FPL is in the process of obtaining necessary approvals from the governments of Oman and India.The project is estimated to be completed in five years.
The OIMPP project involves the construction of an 1,600km natural gas pipeline from Oman to India.
The US$5,600 million project includes the following: