Line extension part of Colombian production surge

07/28/1997
John Skalski Oleoducto Central S.A. Santafé de Bogatá, Columbia Shipments began this month along Oleoducto Central S.A. (Ocensa), the nearly 500 mile (800 km ), 30 and 36-in. oil pipeline from central Colombia (Fig. 1 [25,746]) to a Caribbean Sea export site. Start-up follows installation of 700 km of new pipeline (Phase 2) to complement a 100-km segment installed in 1993-94 (Phase 1). Volumes approaching 320,000 b/d are departing the initial Cusiana pump station for the trip to the Cove?as terminal and offshore tanker-loading facility. At full capacity by yearend, the new Ocensa system will combine with another 24-in. oil pipeline to carry 556,000 b/d ...
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