Paradip-Haldia-Barauni Pipeline (PHBPL)
The 1447 km long crude oil pipeline originates from Paradip in Odisha to bring crude oil to IndianOil's refineries at Haldia in West Bengal, Barauni in Bihar, Bongaigaon (through Oil India Limited's pipeline from Barauni) and part requirement of Guwahati by rake from Barauni Refinery in Assam. In addition, the pipeline system includes 102 km long offshore and online pipeline from three Single Point Mooring systems to the tank farm in Paradip. These SPMs also meet the crude requirement of Paradip Refinery in Odisha through discharge of tankers including Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCCs). At Paradip, IndianOil has a crude oil tank farm with 20 tanks and a total capacity of 1.0 MMT. PHBPL system also has crude oil storage tank farm at Haldia Pipeline Station in West Bengal, with 8 tanks of a total capacity of 0.4 MMT which works as Line Balancing Tank (LBT).
Mundra - Panipat Pipeline (MPPL)
The 1194 km long Mundra- Panipat Pipeline was commissioned to transport crude oil from Mundra on the Gujarat coast to IndianOil's refinery at Panipat in Haryana. MPPL consists of a 74 km long pipeline from Mundra to Churwa which is the hook up point of MPPL to the existing system of Kandla-Panipat section of erstwhile Kandla-Bhatinda Pipeline near Gandhidham. The pipeline utilizes Gujarat Adani Port's Single Point Mooring (SPM) offshore crude oil terminal facilities and associated offshore and onshore pipelines. The crude oil tank farm consists of 12 crude oil storage tanks with a total capacity of 0.6 MMT at Mundra Pipeline Station.