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The Dane pipeline transport volume is set to decrease by 12% year on year by 2026, compared to 1.29 billion tonne kilometers in 2021. Since 1989, the demand for pipeline transport has declined at an average rate of 8.6% year on year. In 2021, the Czech Republic overtook Dane as the twentieth-largest user of pipeline transport with 1.29 billion tonne kilometers. The United States, China, and Kazakhstan occupied second, third and fourth place, respectively, in this ranking. Dane pipeline length remained at 330 kilometers in 2018, the same as in 2017. Since 1990, the supply of pipeline transport in Dane has remained stable. In 2018, Lithuania overtook Dane as the fourteenth-largest user of pipeline transport with 330 kilometers. Italy, Romania, and Poland came in at second, third, and fourth, respectively, in this ranking.
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