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95 km of TAP pipeline already completed

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It has recently been announced that 95 km of pipe has been installed on the Trans Adriatic pipeline (TAP), seven months after the opening ceremony for construction.

The 878 km pipeline project will transport natural gas from Turkey’s border to southern Italy, and will cross Greece, Albania and the Adriatic Sea. The gas will supply Balkan and European markets.

The pipeline will hold a transport capacity of approximately 10 billion m3/y and has the potential to increase in the future.

The line is expected to be in-service in 2020.

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