February 2021, Vol. 248, No. 2

Features

Pipelines at Heart of Bangladesh’s $453 Million Gas Project

By Gordon Feller, Energy Writer  The 108-mile (175-km), 24-inch (0.61-mm) Bakhrabad Chittagong gas transmission pipeline has been completed and is at full capacity. (Photo: Energy Bangla) Bangladesh’s government has undertaken an expensive gas infrastructure project with two goals: efficiency in gas production is to be improved and gas transmission pipeline capacity is to be extended.  The motivation behind spending $453 million can be understood by some simple math. The supply of natural gas through exploration and production has not kept pace with demand growth.   The Bangladesh Petroleum Exploration (BAPEX) and Production Company was est

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