Southeast Northeast Interconnection Gas Pipeline (Gasene)

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  • Ownership: Petrobras
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  • Length: kilometres ( miles)
  • Capacity: per day
  • Status: Operating


  • The pipeline was built to connect the existing pipeline networks in the Southeast and Northeast of the country, permitting the gas market to operate in a fully integrated fashion
  • initiative is part of the company’s strategy to develop and lead the brazilian natural gas market by constructing a basic grid ,
  • The Gasene Project comprises three pipeline stretches: Cabiúnas-Vitória (GASCAV); Cacimbas-Vitória; and Cacimbas-Catu (GASCAC)
    • Section 1, the Cacimbas-Vitória gas pipeline ranges for 129 km
    • Section 2, The Gas Pipeline Cabiúnas-Vitória is 303 km long with a 28-inch nominal diameter “trunk line”, as well as a branch line, extending for 10 km and interconnecting the trunk line to Anchieta (ES). The maximum flow of the trunk line will be 20 million of m3/day of gas, with two compressor stations.
    • Section 3, Cacimbas - Catu Gas Pipeline is nearly 940 km in length and 28 inches of nominal diameter. The maximum flow is 20 million of m3 /day of gas, with one compressor station installed


  • 2006 - Financing secured for the project
  • 2007 - The first section entered operations

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  1. Petrobras, Cabinus
  2. GASENE Project
  3. GASENE Project Financing
  4. Petrobras to begin construction of the third section of Gasene

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