Engen uses Transnet’s Durban-to-Johannesburg Pipeline (DJP) to transport refined petroleum products, including petrol, diesel, jet fuel and gas, to Gauteng, the economic heartland of South Africa.
Engen also uses Transnet’s New Multi Products Pipeline (NMPP) to ferry product inland, but this stage only sending diesel via NMPP. The NMPP was built to satisfy the inland market’s ever-growing demand for all types of fuel.
Engen uses Transnet's Durban-to-Johannesburg Pipeline (DJP) to transport refined petroleum products
Transnet is the custodian of South Africa’s strategic pipeline assets. All Transnet pipelines' conform to ASME B31.4, an American code of practice, with their diameters designated in inches from six inches (nominally 150 mm) to 20 inches (nominally 508 mm). Pressure in the pipeline network is monitored on a 24 hour-a-day, 365 days-a-year basis at the control centre at Transnet pipelines' Durban head office.