China's Sinopec Completes Qingdao-Nanjing Gas Pipeline Construction

(Reuters) — China's Sinopec said on Tuesday it had completed construction of a natural gas pipeline connecting the Qingdao liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Shandong province and Nanjing city in Jiangsu province.

The 536-kilometer (333-mile) pipeline, which also connects to the existing Sichuan-East gas pipeline, is expected to help improve energy security in China's eastern developed area, Sinopec said in a statement.

The Qingdao-Nanjing pipeline will be transferred to newly established PipeChina for operation, as part of China's ongoing energy and state-owned enterprises reform.

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