Croatian–Hungarian Interconnection Gas (Hungary Section) is a 205km-long onshore pipeline project operated by FGSZ Foldgazszallito Zrt. This gas pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 32 inches, starts at Bacs-Kiskun (Hungary) and ends in Baranya (Hungary).
The Croatian–Hungarian Interconnection Gas (Hungary Section) project started operations in 2011 and is owned by MOL Hungarian Oil and Gas.
The Croatian–Hungarian Interconnection Gas (Hungary Section) project is associated with the 88km Croatian–Hungarian Interconnection Gas (Croatia Section).
About FGSZ Foldgazszallito Zrt
FGSZ Foldgazszallito Zrt (FGSZ), a subsidiary of MOL Hungarian Oil and Gas Plc, owns and operates high-pressure pipeline system to transmit natural gas. The company operates as an independent transmission system operator (TSO) in a regulated market conditions, providing security of supply and interoperability of the natural gas system in Hungary. FGSZ also operates bidirectional interconnection points with Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania and Croatia and unidirectional inlet point from Austria and exit point to Serbia. The company operates through a network of transmission line system, gas outlets, regional centers and compressor stations. It serves gas distribution companies, power plants and large industrial consumers. FGSZ is headquartered in Siofok, Hungary.
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