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31.05.2016 16:56
Bulgaria and Romania Construct a Back-up Gas Pipeline Under the Danube
In line with the Romanian legislation the association INSPET АD (Leader) and the company HABAU PPS Pipeline Systems Srl (associated company) has been selected to be the Contractor
AUTHOR: publics.bg


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The Bulgarian TSO Bulgartransgaz and Тransgaz (Romania) signed a contract with an association between the companies Habau and Inspet AD for the construction of back-up gas pipeline under the Danube river.

In the beginning of April 2016 the Bulgarian TSO Bulgartransgaz EAD and SNTGN Transgaz S.A. (Romania) signed a contract for the construction of the main gas pipeline of the Danube river undercrossing after a procedure conducted in line with the PPA by the Bulgarian company. In addition to the then signed contract on 30.05.2016 representatives of the management of the two TSOs signed as well a contract for the construction of a back-up gas pipeline of the crossing of the Danube river to interconnect the gas transmission systems of the two countries. In line with the Romanian legislation the association INSPET АD (Leader) and the company HABAU PPS Pipeline Systems Srl (associated company) has been selected to be the Contractor.

The construction of the back-up gas pipeline of the interconnection Bulgaria – Romania is planned to be completed in 214 days as of the opening of the construction site on the Bulgarian and Romanian territory by the signing of the Protocol of Findings Standard Form 15 for the construction on the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria and protocol on the acceptance on the territory of Romania. The length of the crossing is 2.1 km, and the maximum capacity of the interconnection is 1.5 bcm per year, Bulgartransgaz informed on its website.


TAGS: Bulgaria | Romania | gas | natural gas | interconnector | pipeline | Habau | Inspet | natural gas | energy 


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