Construction of Maheshkhali-Anowara Gas Transmission pipeline

/Construction of Maheshkhali-Anowara Gas Transmission pipeline

Construction of Maheshkhali-Anowara Gas Transmission pipeline

Objective of the Project: Construction of 30-inch 91-km pipeline from Maheshkhali to Anowara Upazilla of  chittagong to transport imported Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) after re-gasification at the Floating Storage & Re-gasification Unit (FSRU) to be installed off-Moheshkhali in the sea to supply gas to Ring Main Pipeline of KGDCL, Chittagong and surplus gas (on meeting the Chittagong demand) will be supplied to the transmission pipeline upstream of Chittagong.

Implementation Period: July 2014 to June 2017

Source of Finance: Gob and Own fund of GTCL

Project Cost: Tk. 103,967.00 Lac (GoB: 62,380.20 and GTCL: 41,586.80)

Progress of Project Implementation: The Company is implementing the 30-inch 90-km gas transmission pipeline under “Power and Energy Quick Supply Augmentation (Special Provision) Act, 2010” from Mohakhali to Anowara for transmission of 500 mmscfd re-gasified government planned import of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) to be supplied to national gas grid to reduce the shortage of gas and to ensure the required supply to different power stations, fertilizer factory and different industrial units. Under the project, the constructions of 89.365-km pipeline in 5 Lots/Sections have been completed including installation of Valve Stations, Pig Launcher & Pig Receiver Station. Crossing of 4 Rivers (Koheli, Uzantia, Matamuhuri & Sangu) of 1.635-km length by HDD have been completed successfully on turnkey/EPC basis. On the other hand, installation of one 600 mmscfd Custody Transfer Metering Station (CTMS) at Moheshkhali, Cox’s Bazar and one City Gate Station (CGS) at Anowara, Chittagong are in progress.

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