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Romania, Moldova, Ukraine launch public consultations on Trans-Balkan gas pipeline reverse capacity

Gas transmission system operators of Romania, Moldova and Ukraine launched on Thursday (1 February) public consultations on an expansion of the Trans-Balkan gas pipeline’s reverse capacity within the framework of the incremental capacity procedure.

GTSOU presents reverse flow project of Trans-Balkan gas pipeline to Central and South European countries

Under the memorandum of cooperation on the Vertical Corridor signed on 19 January, the three operators have launched consultations on project documentation as part of the procedure for the incremental capacity in the Trans-Balkan direction.

Between 3 July and 28 August 2023, Ukraine’s gas operator (GTSOU) conducted a non-binding market demand assessment for capacity expansion at cross-border interconnection points. GTSOU received applications from network users for firm capacities from Romania to Ukraine at the maximum demand level of 18 million cubic metres (mcm) per day, and from Moldova to Ukraine at the maximum demand level of about 21 mcm per day.

Moldova, Ukraine and Slovakia join Vertical Corridor gas infrastructure project

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