The Central Asian pipeline network runs nearly 2,000km from Turkmenistan through the former Soviet neighbours of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan before reaching China’s northwestern Xinjiang region. Photo: Handout The Central Asian pipeline network runs nearly 2,000km from Turkmenistan through the former Soviet neighbours of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan before reaching China’s northwestern Xinjiang region. Photo: Handout
The Central Asian pipeline network runs nearly 2,000km from Turkmenistan through the former Soviet neighbours of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan before reaching China’s northwestern Xinjiang region. Photo: Handout

China, Uzbek joint natural gas project ready to start pumping

Phase one set to deliver 1 billion cubic metres of fuel per year via Central-Asian pipeline grid

Topic |   Belt and Road Initiative
The Central Asian pipeline network runs nearly 2,000km from Turkmenistan through the former Soviet neighbours of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan before reaching China’s northwestern Xinjiang region. Photo: Handout The Central Asian pipeline network runs nearly 2,000km from Turkmenistan through the former Soviet neighbours of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan before reaching China’s northwestern Xinjiang region. Photo: Handout
The Central Asian pipeline network runs nearly 2,000km from Turkmenistan through the former Soviet neighbours of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan before reaching China’s northwestern Xinjiang region. Photo: Handout
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