Serbia aims to complete Bulgaria-Hungary gas link by Dec 18 - energy min

22/05/2019 08:48 Natural Gas

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Serbia plans to complete the construction of a natural gas pipeline from the border with Bulgaria to the border with Hungary by December 18, energy minister Aleksandar Antic said on Tuesday.

Russia's Gazprom plans to build a string of its Turk Stream pipeline for the transit of natural gas to Europe from Turkey via Bulgaria, Serbia and Hungary. The future pipeline on the territory of Serbia, approximately 400 km in length, will link the country's natural gas transmission system to those of Bulgaria and Hungary.

 

Serbia has already received 40 to 50 percent of the 180,000 tonnes of steel pipes needed for the construction of the pipeline and deliveries continue at the Danube river ports of Novi Sad and Smederevo.

 

The construction of the 403 km-long pipeline is divided into four sections and building permits have been issued for two of them, Antic added.

Source: seenews.com

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