Pipelines, Storage & Power

CEE continues to add pipeline interconnectors

The construction of new interconnectors in Central and Eastern Europe continues, despite delays and the risk of under-utilisation The construction of new interconnectors in Central and Eastern Europe continues, despite delays and the risk of under-utilisation.
By Silvia Favasuli 9 March 2018 0 29888
Planned reverse flow pipelines in Eastern Europe
  Project Primary capacity Reverse capacity Due online
1 Trans-Austria Gasleitung (TAG), Austria to Italy 47.5 bcm/y 6.6 bcm/y Sep 2018
2 M3 pipeline, Slovenia to Italy 950 MMcm/y 1.5 bcm/y 43344
3 Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), Greece and Albania to Italy 10.0 bcm/y 5.0 bcm/y Early 2020
4 Bidirectional Austrian-Czech Interconnector (BACI) 6.0 bcm/y 6.0 bcm/y 2020
5 Iasi-Ungheni-Chisinau pipeline, Moldova to Romania 1.5 bcm/y No
6 Polish-Czech Interconnector (STORK II) 5.0 bcm/y 6.5 bcm/y 2019
7 Gas Interconnector Poland-Lithuania (GIPL) 2.4 bcm/y 1.0 bcm/y 2021
8 Poland-Slovakia gas pipeline 4.3 bcm/y 5.7 bcm/y 2021
9 Poland-Ukraine interconnector 5-8 bcm/y 5-7 bcm/y 2020
10 Baltic Pipe project, Denmark to Poland 10.0 bcm/y 3.0 bcm/y 2022
11 Hungary-Croatia interconnector 8.0 bcm/y 8.0 bcm/y 2020
12 Ionian Adriatic Pipeline (IAP), Croatia to Albania 5.0 bcm/y 5.0 bcm/y
13 Hungary-Slovenia interconnector 1.3 bcm/y 1.3 bcm/y 2020
14 Croatia-Slovenia interconnector 5.0 bcm/y 5.0 bcm/y 2019
15 Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria (IGB) 3-5 bcm/y Unknown 2020
16 Bulgaria-Romania-Hungary-Austria pipeline (BRUA) 4.4...