The 100km-long, upcoming Romania–Serbia Gas Interconection Line project will be operated by Societatea Nationala De Transport Gaze Naturale Transgaz. According to GlobalData, who tracks more than 8,000 active and developing pipelines worldwide, the onshore gas pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 23 inches, will start in Arad (Romania) and ends in Vojvodina (Serbia). Buy the profile here.

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The Romania–Serbia Gas Interconection Line project is expected to commence operations in 2026 and will be owned by Societatea Nationala De Transport Gaze Naturale Transgaz.

The Romania–Serbia Gas Interconection Line project is associated with the 550km Giurgiu–Nadlac.

About Societatea Nationala De Transport Gaze Naturale Transgaz


Societatea Nationala De Transport Gaze Naturale Transgaz SA (Transgaz) is a natural gas company that transmits and distributes natural gas in Romania. The company’s activities include natural gas dispatching, transmission, international transit, and research design in the field of natural gas transmission. It also provides transmission services that include the network code, physical entry/exit points, interconnection procedure, and method for calculating capacity, virtual entry/exit points, natural gas quality, and procedures for usage, capacity allocation mechanism, procedure interruption capacity, flexibility and tolerance levels, emergency mechanism, and maintenance plan. Transgaz is headquartered in Medias, Sibiu, Romania.

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This content was updated on 14 May 2024

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