The following map shows pipelines in Asia, including cross-border, international pipelines which originate or end in Asian countries. You can click the map to see an enlarged version. The pipeline routes on the map are labeled with the codes that are explained in separate tables. These tables, together with more detailed maps of groups of countries, can be accessed through the following links. On the maps and table, pipeline label codes are colored green for oil, red for gas and blue for products, such as gasoline and ethylene. The diameter, length and capacity of the pipelines, if known, are shown on the tables.
1. Southeast Asia Pipelines (Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, Singapore)
2. South Asia Pipelines (Afghanista, Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Pakistan)
3. East Asia Pipelines (China, Japan, South Korea)
4. Russia and former Soviet states Pipelines (Russia, Kazahstan, Lithuania, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Belarus, Latvia, Estonia, Tajikistan)
5. Middle East Pipelines (Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, United Arab Emirates, Yemen, Bahrain and Lebanon)
NOTE: The information regarding Asia pipelines on this page is re-published from various source. No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Asia pipelines contained here. All suggestions for corrections of any errors about Asia pipelines should be addressed to the webmaster.
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