Plans for a pipeline linking Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary and Austria (BRUA) are firmly on track, according to officials. However, the development of other gas projects in the region – including potential competitors to BRUA – has fuelled doubts that the pipeline will not be built.
Plans for BRUA were revived in October, when Romania secured a €50 million ($58.2 million) loan for its section and the ‘open season’ was launched to allocate incremental capacity at the Romania-Hungary interconnector.
The project had suffered a major...
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