Transgaz Completes almost half of first phase of BRUA gas Pipeline

Transgaz Completes almost half of first phase of BRUA gas Pipeline

Romanian gas transmission company Transgaz said it has completed some 215 km of the 550 km BRUA pipeline to Bulgaria and Hungary. Transgaz has also completed three compressing stations - in Jupa, Podisor and Bibesti, it said in a press release.In order to increase the safety of gas supply to consumers, Transgaz has started the construction of pipeline sections on the Vatra Dornei, Brad - Mintia - Brad - Stei and Craiova - Segarcea - Bailesti - Calafat track.Under the BRUA-Phase 1 project, a total of 560 million euros ($629 million) will be invested in works in 11 counties across the country. The new gas pipeline will have a total length of 550 km and a maximum capacity of 1.5 billion cubic meters per year to Bulgaria and 4.4 billion cubic meters per year to Hungary. In May, Transgaz said it has obtained the right to start the works for construction of a pipeline linking the country's Black Sea shore to the national transmission system and  BRUA - the pipeline running from Bulgaria to Romania, Hungary and Austria.

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