Le gazoduc de 870 km entre la cote Birmane et le frontiére chinoise est terminé. Il pourrait etre mis en service si ce n' est que la suite du gazoduc en Chine (sur 1600 km !) à pris du retard d' au moins 3 mois.
Et en Septembre c' est un oleoduc de 770 km qui doit étre terminé.
http://www.steelguru.com/chinese_news/M ... 15522.htmlMyanmar gas pipeline complete but cites China delays
17 Jun 2013
Reuters reported that a pipeline connecting western Myanmar to China is ready to carry gas from July, but it won't be fully operational for about three more months due to construction delays in China.
Myanmar's energy minister said that the multibillion-dollar pipeline stretches 870 km (540 miles) from the Indian Ocean to the Chinese border and will deliver oil and gas to energy thirsty western China and generate much needed revenue for Myanmar's new reformist government.
Mr Than Htay in an interview in the capital said that "The pipeline construction inside Myanmar is 100 percent finished. But the China portion that is over 1,600 km (990 miles) long, they are not able to finish in time.”
Despite the delay, gas will begin flowing in the $2 billion pipeline from July but it will be used domestically until construction in China is completed, he told Reuters. He said that "For Myanmar's domestic utilisation, we can take (gas) starting from July.”
He added that a parallel USD 2.3 billion 770 km oil pipeline would be completed in September.
China National Petroleum Corp the country's top oil and gas producer, owns the pipelines, which will channel natural gas from the Shwe fields off the coast of Western Rakhine State along with oil originating from the Middle East and Africa.