Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG (TAP) has appointed Luca Schieppati as Managing Director and Walter Peeraer as President, effective June 2017.
TAP AG invests €9 million in upgrading a fleet of utility vehicles in the northern Greek prefectures traversed by the Trans Adiratic pipeline.
Volvo Construction Equipment will supply its rotating pipelines for the Trans Anatolian natural gas pipeline project.
TAP’s construction in Greece is progressing, on track and on budget, with more than 3000 people assisting in the pipeline’s construction.
TAP AG has received €400 000 for its second edition of TAP Start, a small grants programme for non-profit organisations.
Both initiatives – soil studies and financial management training – have been developed to ensure that affected households will restore and, where possible, improve their income streams, crop production levels and living standards, compared to before TAP’s Greek construction.
Trans Adriatic Pipeline has recently presented its progress on the TAP pipeline project to over 50 embassies in Greece.
Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG has successfully completed its first hydrotest operation in Greece for the TAP pipeline project.