Oleoducto Nor Peruano Crude Pipeline

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Summary Information

  • Also called the North Peruvian Pipeline
  • Source: San Jose de Saramuro / Andoas
  • Destination: Bayóvar, Pacific Coast
  • Ownership: Petroperu
  • Website: http://www.petroperu.com.pe/
  • Length: kilometres ( miles)
  • Capacity: 200,000 barrels of oil per day
  • Crude Type:

Brief Description

  • The pipeline has two forks, the north fork starting in Andoas and the main fork in San Jose de Saramuro, and runs to the Bayóvar terminal on the pacific coast

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Pipeline Status

  • In operation
  • Ecuador and Peru plan to use the pipeline to transport crude from Ecuador


  • 1977 - The first oil reached the Bayóvar terminal
  • 1977 - The tanker Trompeteros made ​​the first shipment of crude bound for La Pampilla refinery in Lima
  • 1978 - The North Fork Pipeline, which runs from Andoas Station to Station 5. Became operational
  • 2012 - Perenco signed an agreement to transport up to 60,000 bpd through the pipeline
  • 2012 - Petroperu signs agreement with Ecuador for use by the Pipeline

Other Information

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  1. Petroperu Pipelines
  2. Perenco strengthens the development of Block 67
  3. Petroperu signs agreement with Ecuador for use by the North Peruvian Pipeline

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