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Summary Information

  • Source: Turkmenistan
  • Destination: Pakistan / India
  • Ownership:
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  • Length: 1,700 kilometres ( miles)
  • Capacity: 20 billion cubic meters of natural gas annually
  • Gas Source: The Dauledtabad fields in southeast Turkmenistan


  • The TAPI Gas Pipeline is envisaged to be 1680 Km in length (144 Km in Turkmenistan, 735 Kin in Afghanistan & 800 Km in Pakistan) with a capacity of 90 MMSCMD of gas, with 38 MMSCMD each for India and Pakistan and the remaining 14 MMSCMD for Afghanistan. The Pipeline is expected to be operational in 2018 and supply gas over a 30 years period.
  • The source of the gas is the South Yolotan Osman field, recently renamed Galkynysh

Pipeline Status

  • Planned


  • 2003 - India Formally Invited to Join Central Asia Gas Pipeline Project
  • 2012 - GAIL signed a Gas Sale & Purchase Agreement (GSPA) with TurmenGas

Other Information

  • The Asian development bank is supporting the project


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