Ukraine, Romania, Bulgaria to Test Bi-Directional Gas Flows by Year's End
Flows of natural gas flows between Ukraine, Romania and Bulgaria will be tested by the end of 2016 under interconnection agreements signed by the grid operators of the three countries, petrochemicals market information provider ICIS has reported, citing an inside source.
“The deals will allow bi-directional virtual flows spanning the region from Ukraine to Greece, the European Commission and Ukrainian grid operator Ukrtransgaz announced on Wednesday,” according to ICIS.
The gas transmission system operators of the three countries plan to provide shippers with firm and interruptible transportation capacity from Ukraine to Bulgaria, and interruptible reverse flow capacity from 1 October 2016.
You can read the full ICIS story here.
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