- Source: Doba basin of southern Chad
- Destination: Kribi, Cameroon, in the Gulf of Guinea
- Ownership: Exxon, Petronas, Chevron
- Length: 665 miles (1,070 km)
- Capacity: 225,000 barrels of oil per day
- Crude Type: Doba Crude
- The pipeline transports previously landlocked oil some 665 miles (1,070 km), from the Doba Oil Field in southern Chad to a floating export facility at Kribi, Cameroon, in the Gulf of Guinea.
- There, the oil is shipped from a floating storage and offloading vessel, 7 miles (11 km) offshore, for export to world markets.
- The pipeline has a capacity of about 225,000 barrels per day.
- Jurong Shipyard: FSO conversion
- Willbros Engineers: Pipeline installation.
- Kellogg Brown & Root: Pump stations and other facilities.
- IWL Communications: A telecommunications system to support the project.
- In operation
- 2000 - EX-IM bank awarded a $300 million loan guarantee to finance the export of equipment and services
- 2003 - Pipeline commissioned
- 2014 - Chevron sold its stake to the Chad state
- the pipeline route was shifted more than 20 times to protect settlements and hunting grounds of the Bagyeli-Bakola people in Cameroon.
- Tens of millions of dollars were spent to move the pipeline route away from environmentally sensitive areas in the Mbéré Rift Valley and Deng Deng Forest areas.
- Petroleum Development and Pipeline Project, World Bank
- Exxonmobil, Chad Overview
- Chevron, Chad Fact Sheet
- International Protective Coatings Platform References
- EX-IM Bank $300 Million Loan Guarantee Proposed To Finance Us Exports To Chad-Cameroon Oil Pipeline System
- Chevron Announces Sale of Interests in Chad and Cameroon