ADB: TAPI gas pipeline making steady progress

07/07/2014
A proposed 1,800-km pipeline that would transport as much as 33 billion cu m/year of natural gas from Turkmenistan across Afghanistan to Pakistan and India is making steady progress, an Asian Development Bank official said. The Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) pipeline project, which Unocal Corp. and others originally proposed in the 1990s, has reemerged in the last 6-8 years as an energy and economic development vehicle, said Rune Stroem, who directs the Energy Division in ADB's Central and West Asia Department. "Pakistan is starving for gas, and India is looking to diversify," he said as part of a broader discussion last month on the region's energy development c...
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