Druzhba “Slovakia Section II” is a 518km-long onshore pipeline project operated by Transpetrol. This oil pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 20 inches, starts at Kosice (Slovakia) and ends in Trnava (Slovakia).
The Druzhba “Slovakia Section II” project started operations in 1980 and is owned by Slovak Republic GAMMA Slovakia.
The Druzhba “Slovakia Section II” project is associated with the 429km Druzhba “Slovakia Section I”.
Transpetrol AS (Transpetrol) is an oil and gas company that offers crude oil storage and transportation services. The company transports crude oil through a network of storage terminals and pipelines in the territory of the Slovak Republic. Its crude oil transportation projects include Druzhba – Adria Pipeline, Bratislava – Schwechat Pipeline, The IKL Pipeline, The Odesa – Brody – Druzhba Oil Pipeline, and others. Transpetrol also transports crude oil for Slovnaft refinery and refineries in the Czech Republic. The company has operations throughout the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Transpetrol is headquartered in Bratislava, Slovakia.
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