Kogas wins gas parallel pipeline project in IraqState-run gas company Korea Gas Corporation (Kogas) said yesterday it has won a $127 million project to lay gas pipelines in Iraq. Under the deal, Kogas will build two parallel pipelines - for natural gas and for liquefied petroleum gas - from Iraq’s northern Kirkuk region to Baiji. Construction of the 110-kilometer (68.3-mile) pipelines is expected to begin before the end of the month, soon after the company signs a formal deal with Iraq’s Oil Pipelines Company for completion by October 2014, according to Kogas. Yonhap
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