A group led by Deutsche Shell AG will lay a product pipeline to link the German refining center of Hamburg with Dresden in eastern Germany. The 600-700 million deutschemark ($360-420 million) project involves a 280 mile pipeline from Hamburg through Lower Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt to serve increased demand for products in eastern Germany. The start-up is scheduled for 1994-95. Shell said that the consumption of oil in the former states of East Germany is expected to double to about 480,000 b/d

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