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Subsea Natural Gas Pipelines

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Blue Stream Natural Gas - The Blue Stream pipeline is made up of three main lines. The pipe route include a 222 mile section in Russia from Izobilnoye to Dzhugba on the Black Sea Coast, a 235 mile section on the bottom of the Black Sea connecting Dzhugba to Samsun on the Turkish coast and a further 300 mile link from Samsun to Ankara.
Operator: Gazprom, Location: Natural Gas, Black Sea

Constitution Natural Gas - The 32-mile, 16-inch natural gas pipeline has the capacity to transport up to 200 million cubic feet per day by connecting the fields to Enterprise's existing Anaconda Gathering System which gathers gas production from the Marco Polo area.
Operator: Enterprise, Location: Natural Gas, Gulf of Mexico

Tasmania Natural Gas - The pipeline starts at Longford in Victoria and enters Bass Strait near Seaspray. The pipeline will be laid on the seabed of Bass Strait, entering Tasmania in the Bell Bay region and laid underground in trenches up to two metres deep. Near Bell Bay it will cross under the Tamar River, and continue to Rosevale, near Launceston. Here the pipeline splits into two: the northern pipeline extension to Port Latta on Tasmania's North-west coast, and the southern pipeline extension to Hobart.
Operator: Tasmanian Premier, Location: Natural Gas, Australia

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