Vitória and Lagoa Parda

Dutos utilizados na construção do Gasoduto Cacimbas-Catu, trecho do Projeto Gasene – Gasoduto de Interligação Sudeste Nordeste
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The pipelines that cross through Espírito Santo are: Lagoa Parda-Vitória, Gasvit, Cacimbas-Vitória, Gascac, Ramal Vitória.

The Lagoa Parda-Vitória gas pipeline has a first section of 62 km connecting the two points. The second one is 38 km long and connects Aracruz to Vitória.

The Gasvit gas pipeline ranges for 43 km between Vitória and Vianna.

The Cacimbas-Vitória gas pipeline is 130 ml long and connects the Sierra Intermodal Terminal Station (TIMS), in the municipality of Serra, to the Cacimbas Gas Processing Unit (UTGC), in the municipality of Linhares (Espírito Santo).

Cacimbas-Catu (Gascac) runs for 954 km between the Cacimbas Gas Treatment Unit (UTGC), in Linhares (Espírito Santo), and the Catu Gas Distribution Station (GDS), in Catu, Bahia.

The Gascav gas pipeline connects Cabiúnas (Rio de Janeiro) to Vitória (Espírito Santo). It has a 158-km long section within the state of Espírito Santo and another one totaling 144 km in Rio de Janeiro.

The Vitória Branch has a length of 27 km and connects Serra to Vitória.

Check out the information about the sections:

- Lagoa Parda-Vitória
Section: Lagoa Parda-Aracruz
Diameter: 8"

Section: Aracruz-Vitória
Diameter: 8"
Operation Commencement: 1983

- Gasvit (Vitória-Vianna)
Diameter: 8"
Operation Commencement: 1996

- Cacimbas-Vitória
Diameter: 26" and 16"
Operation Commencement: 2007

- Gascac (Cacimbas-Catu)
Diameter: 28"
Operation Commencement: 2010

- Gascav (Cabiúnas-Vitória)
Diameter: 28"
Operation Commencement: 2008

- Ramal Vitória
Diameter: 16"
Operation Commencement: 2008