Hungarian transmission system operator FGSZ has presented a project that will allow the second leg of Turkish Stream to extend into Hungary as part of the company’s 10-year plan, published on Wednesday.
FGSZ is planning to build a metering station at Kiskundorozsma and make modifications to allow physical reverse flows on the existing Kiskundorozsma interconnection point with Serbia.
The project is expected to take one-and-a-half years to complete following FID. Hungarian Energy Minister Peter Kaderjak told Interfax Natural Gas Daily on the sidelines of the Budapest Energy...
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