Croatian–Hungarian Interconnection Gas (Croatia Section) is an 88km-long onshore pipeline project operated by Plinacro. This gas pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 32 inches, starts at Baranya (Hungary) and ends in Brodsko-Posavska (Croatia).

The Croatian–Hungarian Interconnection Gas (Croatia Section) project started operations in 2011 and is owned by Plinacro.

The Croatian–Hungarian Interconnection Gas (Croatia Section) project is associated with the 205km Croatian–Hungarian Interconnection Gas (Hungary Section).

About Plinacro

Plinacro Ltd (Plinacro) is a state-owned operator of natural gas transmission system. The company manages the development, construction, maintenance and supervision of the gas transmission systems in Croatia. It also carries out other activities necessary for technical functioning of the system. The company’s gas transmission system of high pressure main and regional gas pipelines, overhead facilities, measuring-reducing stations, measuring lines, and gas storage facilities. Plinacro also manages entry measuring stations, exit measuring-reduction stations and a National Dispatching Center. The company is also in charge of the construction of the infrastructural facilities for the national and regional gas pipelines. Plinacro is headquartered in Zagreb, Croatia.


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