Oil pipeline: 771km long, 32 inches in diameter
Construction of the oil pipeline started in September last year and is intended to finish in September, 2013.
When completed, the pipeline should be able to transport 23 million tonnes of oil and will include five processing stations.
South-East Asia Crude Oil Pipeline Company Limited (SEAOP)
SEAOP is owned by South-East Asia Pipeline Company (a China National Petroleum Company subsidiary based in Hong Kong) and Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise under a 50.9 percent, 49.1pc split.
Gas pipeline: 793km, 40 inches in diameter
Construction of the gas pipeline started in September 2011 and is expected to be finished by July, 2013.
If it performs as intended, the pipeline will transport 12 billion cubic metres of gas a year that will pass through six processing stations.
South-East Asia Gas Pipeline Company Limited (SEAGP)
Companies from six nations are shareholders in the gas pipeline, including Sout-East Asia Pipeline Co with a 50.9pc share; Daewoo International – 25.041pc; ONGC Caspian E&P – 8.347pc; Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise – 7.355pc; Korea Gas Corporation – 4.1735; and GAIL India Corporation – 4.1735pc.
Where both pipelines pass there is an exclusion corridor of 30 metres, but in areas crossed by only one pipeline the corridor is 20 metres.