PV Gas’ pipelines systems currently include:
Gas is gathered from fields and transported to the Central Compression Platform (CCP) and is then compressed with high pressure to be conveyed through submarine pipelines to a landfall station in Long Hai. It is then transported further and processed at Dinh Co Gas Processing Plant (GPP). Dry gas (output) from GPP is transported through pipeline to Ba Ria and Phu My for delivery to gas consumers.
Phu My Gas Distribution Central (GDC), besides its primary function of receiving associated gas from Bach Ho gas system, also receives gas from Nam Con Son gas system for delivery to customers.
Bach Ho - Long Hai - Dinh Co gas pipeline (116.5 km) was put into operation in 1995 to transport associated gas from the Center Compression Platform (CCP) at Bach Ho Field to Dinh Co Gas Processing Plant (GPP). The pipeline was designed with capacity of 6 million m3 of gas per day for the transportation of associated gas from oil fields.
Rang Dong – Bach Ho gas pipeline with 46.5 km length was put into operation in December, 2001 to transport associated gas from Block 15.2 to CCP.
Su Tu Vang - Rang Dong 16” Gas Pipeline with 43.5 km length, was put into operation in 2009 to transport associated gas from Block 15.1 to CCP.
Dinh Co - Ba Ria 16 " gas pipeline with 7.3 km length and Ba Ria - Phu My gas pipeline with 21.5 km length have been used to transport dry gas from Dinh Co Gas Processing Plant (GPP) to Gas Distribution Stations for the delivery to gas consumers.
Constructed and put into operation together with Bach Ho - Dinh Co - Ba Ria - Phu My gas pipeline, Ba Ria and Phu My Gas Distribution Stations have been engaging in distributing gas to Ba Ria Power Plant and Cuu Long gas consumers in Phu My area.
Dinh Co - Thi Vai liquid pipelines, consisting of three 6" pipelines from Dinh Co to Thi Vai Terminal were put into operation in 1998 to transport liquid products including Bupro (Butane and Propane mixture) and Condensate from Dinh Co Gas Processing Plant to Thi Vai terminal for storage and then distributing to customers.
Nam Con Son Gas pipeline came into operation in 2003 to transport natural gas from Blocks 06.1, 11.2 and 12W to Dinh Co Gas Processing Plant (Nam Con Son Terminal) for processing. Dry gas from Nam Con Son Terminal is then transported in pipelines to Phu My Gas Distribution Center (GDC) for delivery to gas consumers.
The current maximum capacity of Nam Con Son gas system is 20 million m3 of gas per day.
Phu My Gas Distribution center is located on an area of 10 ha in Phu My, beside Phu My Gas Distribution Station of Cuu Long gas system. Not only to receive and distribute Nam Con Son gas to gas consumers, Phu My Gas Distribution center also regulates gas flow rate between Nam Con Son and Cuu Long Gas sources.
Phu My - Nhon Trach - Hiep Phuoc gas pipeline with total length of 71.1 km came into operation in 2008 to partially transport Nam Con Son gas to Nhon Trach (Dong Nai) and Hiep Phuoc (Ho Chi Minh) to supply gas for Power Plants and industrial zones along the pipeline routes, and at the same time to develop Ho Chi Minh gas market in the future, as well as to connect Southeastern – Southwestern gas systems each to other.
PM3 – Ca Mau gas transportation and distribution system was put into operation in 2007, with a 330 km pipeline and capacity of 2 billion m3 per year, consisting of a 300 km offshore pipeline to transport gas exploited from Blocks PM3 CAA & 46-Cai Nuoc, and a 30 km onshore pipeline to transport gas to Ca Mau Gas Distribution Center.
Ca Mau Gas Distribution engages in receiving gas from Block 46 Cai Nuoc and PM3 gas system to distribute to consumers such as Ca Mau 1, Ca Mau 2 Power Plants and Ca Mau fertilizer plant.