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Transgaz starts working on BRUA pipeline Phase 1

Transgaz started today the construction works for BRUA (Bulgaria - Romania - Hungary - Austria) pipeline Phase 1.

2018-06-04 11:30:05

The pipeline route follows the general direction from South East to West, crossing the counties of: Giurgiu, Teleorman, Dambovita, Arges, Olt, Valcea, Gorj, Hunedoara, Caras-Severin and Timis.

Along the route of the pipeline, 38 section valves stations will be constructed, of which 33 on the pipeline and five in the gas compressor stations, as well as 18 cathodic protection stations.

The construction of a new European gas transmission corridor that will connect Bulgaria with Austria through Romania and Hungary (BRUA) will increase the security of gas supply in Europe and will reduce energy dependence at European and regional level, thus allowing for the diversification of gas supply routes.

Taking into account the consistent and entire completion of the authorization process necessary for the implementation of the project of common interest, of the process of public consultation and participation as well as the issuance of the Comprehensive Decision, SNTGN Transgaz SA as the initiator of the BRUA Project obtained the right to effectively initiate the works for the construction of the gas pipeline, which according to the estimated development schedule of the BRUA Project is due to complete Phase I in the end of 2019.



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