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Moldova to improve the process of natural gas transportation from and to Ukraine

Moldova will improve the process of natural gas transportation from and to Ukraine starting January 2021. The backhaul will cover 50% of the available capacity of the main pipelines, important not only for the region but also for Moldova.

NET4GAS launches Capacity4Gas pipeline operation

NET4GAS launched the operation of a new 150-kilometre high-pressure gas pipeline built within the Capacity4Gas project which strengthens the connection of the Czech Republic and the whole CEE region with the Western European gas hubs.

Serbia set to transit Russian gas via TurkStream

Serbia received its first shipment of gas from the TurkStream pipeline project. President Vučić praised the opening as a key for Serbia’s future development that would enable the country’s energy stability and security.
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