Hohhot-Zhangjiakou-Yanqing Gas Pipeline

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Hohhot-Zhangjiakou-Yanqing Gas Pipeline is an proposed natural gas pipeline in China.[1]


The pipeline runs from Hohhot, Inner Mongolia to Yanqing district, Beijing province.

Project Details

  • Operator:
  • Parent Company: Ordos State owned Asset Investment & Management Co (48.00%), China National Petroleum Corporation (42.00%), Baotou Shenyin Industry Group (10%)
  • Proposed Capacity: 2.0 billion cubic meters per year
  • Length: 439 kilometers / 272.8 miles
  • Status: Proposed
  • Start Year:


In May 2019 the contract to build the pipeline was awarded to Inner Mongolia East Audit Engineering Project Management Co.[2] The Environmenal Impact Assessment (EIA) for the project was scheduled to be completed by June 2019.[3]

The first 56.5 kilometers of the pipeline, phase one, were completed in 2015. The 101.4 kilometer second phase was completed in 2018. As of November 2019, there have been no updates about the construction of the remaining kilometers.[4][5]

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