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Overview Of Bpcl Pipelines

Mumbai-Manmad-Bijwasan Pipeline

BPCL commissioned 252 km long Pipeline from Mumbai to Manmad in 1998. This pipeline has a design Capacity of 6 MMTPA. The pipeline was laid mainly to evacuate petroleum products from Mumbai Refinery to meet the demands in the state of Maharashtra and part of Andhra Pradesh.
 
Mumbai-Manmad Pipeline was extended up to Mangliya (Indore, Madhya Pradesh) in 2003 by 358 km to cater the demand of Madhya Pradesh & Northern part of India. Further to cater the growing market demand in Northern region, the Pipeline was extended from Mangliya to Piyala (Faridabad, Haryana) & Bijwasan (Delhi) adding 722 km Manglya-Piyala section and 57 km Piyala-Bijwasan section in 2007.
 
Total length of Pipeline from Mumbai to Bijwasan is 1389 km and has design capacity to evacuate 6 MMTPA of Petroleum products from Mumbai Refinery, out of which 420 km passes through Maharashtra, 332 km passes through Madhya Pradesh, 447 km passes through Rajasthan, 76 km passes through Uttar Pradesh, 105 km passes through Haryana and balance 9 km is in Delhi.
 
Bina-Kota Pipeline

To evacuate Petroleum products from Bina Refinery, 259 km long Bina-Kota Pipeline was laid and commissioned in 2011. This pipeline connects Mumbai-Manmad-Bijwasan Pipeline at Kota. Out of 259 km of pipeline length, 153 km passes through Madhya Pradesh and balance 106 km is in Rajasthan.
 
Kota-Jobner Pipeline

Post closure of BPCL's Sanganer terminal, pipeline of 211 km from Kota to Jobner (KJPL) was laid and commissioned in March 2014. The entire stretch of the pipeline is in Rajasthan.
 
Kochi-Coimbatore-Karur Pipeline

A pipeline was laid from BPCL's Cochi Refinery to Coimbatore in 2002 by Petronet Cochi-Coimbatore-Karur Limited (PCCK), a Joint Venture (JV) company promoted by BPCL, Petronet India Limited and Financial Institutions. This 293 km Pipeline was laid to meet the demands of Petroleum products in Kerala and Tamilnadu, out of which 155 km passes through Kerala and balance 138 km is in Tamilnadu.
 
Mumbai ATF Pipeline

BPCL laid its first captive ATF Pipeline of 15 km from Mumbai Refinery to Santacruz/Sahar Airport in 2013 for transportation of ATF from Mumbai Refinery to Airport at Santacruz. The entire stretch of the pipeline passes through City of Mumbai.
 
Kochi ATF Pipeline

Another captive ATF pipeline of 34 km long was laid in 2013 for transportation of ATF from Kochi Refinery to Kochi Airport. The entire stretch of the pipeline is in city of Kochi.
 
Mumbai LOBS Pipeline

A captive pipeline to transport Lube base oils from Mumbai Refinery to Wadi Bandar. Pipeline length is 12 KM and commissioned in the year 2006. 

Mumbai Uran LPG Pipeline

BPCL commissioned it first Captive LPG Pipeline of 28 km from Mumbai Refinery to Uran LPG Plant in the year 2013 for transportation of LPG from Mumbai Refinery to BPCL’s Uran terminal.

In it’s bid to be technologically updated and having world-class facility, BPCL pipelines are equipped with state of art SCADA & APPS system benchmarking international standards.

As part of our achieving excellence in security, GPS based Surveillance which includes Performance based payment system was introduced & successfully implemented across the length of Pipeline.

Pipelines, in their quest to create a Sustainable Future has also made the “Bina –Kota” & “Kota – Jobner” pipelines as “Solar Powered Pipelines” by having SV stations operate on solar power.