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ENTSOG and GIE publish new System Development map illustrating existing and planned gas infrastructure

ENTSOG, in cooperation with GIE, have published the ninth edition of the System Development map, which illustrates existing and planned gas infrastructure and gas capacities.

The new age of Hungary’s natural gas supply

The start of LNG supply from the Krk terminal in Croatia open a new age in Hungary’s natural gas supply, as underlined by MVM whose subsidiary MFGK started to be involved at the Krk terminal after the docking of the carrier Tristar Ruby.

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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