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Serbia and Hungary completed the construction of a gas pipeline between the countries within the Turkish Stream project

The end points of Hungary’s and Serbia’s gas pipeline networks have been physically connected near Horgoš, Serbia, reaching a symbolic point in the construction of the interconnector project

Horgoš, July 6 - Neftegaz.RU. Serbian Srbijagas and Hungary's FGSZ have completed the construction of a cross-border interconnection allowing exports through the Turkish Stream pipeline of Russia's Gazprom.

The linear part of the Balkan Stream gas pipeline, which is a continuation of the Turkish Stream, from Turkey to Hungary has been completed.
This was announced by the General director of the Srbijagas Dusan Bajatovic during the ceremony of connecting the pipe on the border of Serbia and Hungary.

Bajtovic said:
  • The end point of the great work that took place over many years was put, and Serbia was finally able to solve the issue of gas supplies, not only through Ukraine but also through Turkey
  • The pipeline will have the capacity to transport 15.7 million m3 of gas arriving from the Black Sea to Central Europe
The Head of the Hungarian FGSZ Ferenc Szabolcs noted that when 2 pipes are connected at the border of 2 countries, it is called a «golden connection».

Since the beginning of 2021, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina began to receive gas via the new route.
The Serbian-Hungarian gas interconnector project is scheduled to be completed on October 1.

To read the full story in Russian

Source : Neftegaz.RU

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