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New oil pipeline launched between Bahrain, Saudi Arabia

As part of efforts to upgrade Saudi-Bahraini participation, Bahrain's King Hamad and Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman inaugurated another new pipeline on monday, to be overseen between Saudi Aramco and Bahrain's Bapco.


The pipeline is required to pump a rate of 220,000 barrels for every day, with a vehicle limit of 350,000 barrels for each day. It will run 110 kilometers and associate between Saudi Aramco's Abqaiq oil office in eastern Saudi Arabia and Bapco's refinery in Bahrain.
Mohammed bin Salman arrived in Manama on Sunday as part of a tour of the Arab region, which began earlier this week.

The AB-4 pipeline, which is thirty inches in diameter, was commissioned on Oct. 9 to meet Bahrain’s growing energy demand. It comprises of three portions: a 42-km coastal Saudi section, a 28-km Bahrain inland fragment, and a 42-km offshore fragment.

The new pipeline is outfitted with the most recent advancements to guarantee wellbeing, natural security and hydrocarbon supply dependability in the coming decades.

The current 73-year-old pipeline framework which has been providing BAPCO with raw petroleum since 1945 will resign securely.

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