Vertical Gas Corridor connecting Bulgaria, Greece, Romania to Carry 3-5 bcm a Year
The Vertical Gas Corridor connecting the gas grids of Bulgaria, Greece, and Romania, will have a capacity of 3-5 billion cubic meters a year, according to reports of Greece’s Energy Ministry.
On Tuesday, the three countries agreed to build the Vertical Gas Corridor as an alternative to the South Stream gas pipeline project, according to the Bulgarian National Radio.
The sources of gas for the Vertical Gas Corridor will be the Greek Revithoussa LNG Terminal and the Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG (TAP), which is to carry Caspian gas.
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