What is pipeline?

  • (noun): A pipe used to transport liquids or gases.
    Example: "A pipeline runs from the wells to the seaport"
    Synonyms: line
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on pipeline:

Trans Adriatic Pipeline - History
... Trans Adriatic Pipeline project was announced in 2003 by Swiss energy company EGL Group (now named Axpo) ... In March 2007, the extended basic engineering for the pipeline was completed ... energy company Statoil signed an agreement to set up Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG, a joint venture to develop, build and operate the pipeline ...
Message (Aya Ueto Album) - Track Listing
... "Kanshō" Pipeline Project Pipeline Project 446 6 ... "Mermaid" Pipeline Project Pipeline Project 358 7 ...
Rampart Dam - Legacy
... When the Trans-Alaska Pipeline was proposed in the late 1960s and early 1970s, Native organizations that had formed to oppose Rampart Dam were revived in opposition to the pipeline ... recognized in the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act did the pipeline progress ...
... is a 702 kilometres (436 mi) long German natural gas pipeline, which connects the North Sea with southern Germany ... The pipeline has a capacity of 12.8 billion cubic mters of natural gas per year ... The northern section of the pipeline which runs from Bunde and Rysum to Rehden is 175 kilometres (109 mi) long and has a diameter of 900 millimetres (35 in) ...
Petro Dar - The Melut Oil Export Pipeline
... PetroDar operates the Melut oil export pipeline, also known as the PetroDar Pipeline ... The pipeline connects the oil fields of the Melut Basin with the refinery and export terminal located at Port Sudan on the Red Sea ... PetroDar pipeline starts from Palouge in the south of the Sudan and continues almost 1600km to the city of Portsudan ...

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