A Hungarian agency introduced Saturday it’ll join the TurkStream gas pipeline, working from Russia to Turkey.
MOL mentioned it’ll join the gas pipeline via Serbia.
The regulator accredited a 10-year growth plan that features the development of a brand new Serbian-Hungarian gas inter-connector, with a capability of 6 billion cubic meters yearly.
TurkStream consists of two 930-kilometer-long (577.9-mile-long) offshore traces stretching from Russia to Turkey throughout the Black Sea, and two separate onshore traces at lengths of 142 kilometers and 70 kilometers.
The challenge has a complete capability of 31.5 billion cubic meters (bcm). The first line with a capability of 15.75 bcm is designated for provides to Turkey’s home prospects, and the second line, with one other 15.75 bcm capability carries Russian gas additional to Europe via Bulgaria.
Commercial provides via the gas pipeline commenced this yr on Jan. 1.