Hungary’s commitment to both the Bulgaria-Romania-Hungary-Austria (BRUA) and Eastring pipeline projects could cement the country’s role as a crucial transit state for Black Sea gas, industry sources have told Interfax Natural Gas Daily.
Hungary signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Slovakia at the end of October to support Eastring, despite the project being seen in some quarters as a competitor to BRUA.
“It’s a business opportunity as well as opportunity to reduce risk of security of supply for Hungary and neighbouring countries,” Tamás Pletser, an energy...
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