The Assad regime would have used their place in the oil and gas pipeline
network to move oil and gas from the Gulf and Iraq, but also Iranian oil
and gas as well. That is where it all broke down. So the 'revolutionaries'
have been blowing up Syrian pipeline infrastructure, while ultimately the
plan is for US and Saudi interests to lay more pipeline as soon as the
first Cinnabon franchise as been opened in Aleppo.
Once the network is in place in the Gulf, Iraq, Jordan and Syria, the oil
can bypass shipping in waters that Iran can attack.
Meanwhile, many in the national security state of Israel would like to see
Syria broken up so that they can secure the watershed to Palestine forever.
A partial invasion of Syria by Israel would be done under the guise of
something like 'securing chemical weapons', but it would really be to get
even more of the watershed than Golan provides.
Perhaps the Kurds and other pro-US in Iraq think the same thing (since
Syria is at the head of both watersheds, Palestine and Mesopotamia).
Syrian Gas Company go on completing the remaining part of the Arab gas
pipeline that runs from Aleppo gas station to Kallass on Syrian-Turkish
border about 60 km long and 36 inches diameter, and is linked to the first
part of the gas through the line of the Central Region – Aleppo 24 inches
Welding Operations of this line where started on 1st June, and the total
length of welded line about 6,5 km elongated expected completion of the
project in the first half of 2011.
Arab gas pipeline project is an actual start of the first Arab gas network
in the region and will form the network in the future the main artery for
gas transport between Arab countries and to link with the network in Europe.
The project in its early stages aims to transport and distribute natural
gas to Jordan, Syria and Lebanon.
the project can extend to allow Iraq to gas producers and other presidents
in the region to export natural theirs, to Europe or vice versa across
networks and workshops and additional gas so formed “for the Arab gas
Arab gas pipeline through Syria Consists of 36-inch pipeline along the 570
km from the Syrian-Jordanian borders to Kallass at the Syrian border of
Turkey and consists of two parts, in addition to the pipeline, 24-inch
length of 80 km stretching from Rayyan to the Syrian-Lebanese border.