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  • A strategic east and central European pipeline project connecting Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary and Austria has taken a significant step towards completion, with the four countries signing a memorandum of understanding, reports Keith Nuthall. They have agreed the BRUA pipeline system will have a revers...

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  • Eni and INA have signed a bilateral cooperation agreement to jointly evaluate the construction of a gas interconnector between Italy and Croatia. The initiative aims to leverage existing infrastructure, used until now for offshore gas production activities in the upper Adriatic Sea, and, in addition...

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  • Eni and the government of Tunisia have signed a new agreement covering the transport of Algerian natural gas through Tunisia. The agreement follows ones reached with Algerias state-owned Sonatrach last May, relating to the purchase of gas and transport in the Strait of Sicily (the TPMC system) and ...

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  • The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) is now more than 50% complete, nearly 16 months after construction began. TAPs contractors have cleared some 70% of the project route in Greece and Albania (539 km out of 765 km). In addition, over 45% of welded steel pipes are already in the ground (backfilled). A...

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  • A report prepared for the European Commission is claimed to have questioned whether a planned 3bn pipeline across the Pyrenees linking France and Spain would be commercially viable, unless Algeria reduced exports of gas to Europe, writes Keith Nuthall. Brussels asked consultancy Poyry to assess the...

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  • The European Investment Bank (EIB) is planning to lend Societa Gasdotti Italia 100mn to help it extend central and southern Italy gas transmission pipelines, writes Keith Nuthall. The money would fund half the planned cost of a 200mn 20182022 programme aimed at improving the integration of gas st...

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  • In the natural gas world, continuing practices of burning off about 140 bn cubic metres annually of stranded gas has led to the Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership of the World Bank aiming at zero flaring by 2030.   Problems of transport from wells to processing plants can be met by pipeli...

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  • A joint venture comprising Gazprom, Uniper, ENGIE, OMV, Shell and Wintershell that planned to build and run the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline running from the Russian Baltic coast to an exit point near Greifswald in Germany, are understood to have withdrawn their application to create the venture follo...

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