Indonesia-Singapore line gets sales pacts

Following some balky steps late last year, key contracts have now been signed for a pipeline project that will bring Indonesian gas to Singapore, following 2 years of planning. The 28-in., 300-mile subsea pipeline will carry gas from fields in the West Natuna Sea to Singapore for use mostly in power generation. It will have a capacity of 325 MMcfd and is slated to begin deliveries by 2001. Project participant Conoco Inc. calls the pipeline "the largest international natural gas supply and delivery system in Asia-Pacific. This will be the first international sale of pipeline gas from Indonesia and will provide Singapore with a clean-burning fuel for future industry growth," s...

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