Trans Adriatic (TAP) is an 878km-long deepwater, onshore, shallow water pipeline project operated by Trans Adriatic Pipeline. This gas pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 48 inches, starts at East Macedonia and Thrace (Greece) and ends in Lecce (Italy).
The Trans Adriatic (TAP) project started operations in 2020 and is owned by BP, Snam, State Oil Company of the Azerbaijan Republic, Enagas, Publigaz, Axpo Holding, and others.
The Trans Adriatic (TAP) project is associated with the 182km Greece–Bulgaria (IGB).
About Trans Adriatic Pipeline
Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG (TAP) operates a transmission system to transport natural gas. The company offers forward firm, forward interruptible and commercial reverse capacity products. It provides capacity booking, commercial dispatching and congestion management solutions to shippers. TAP facilitates gas supplies from Caspian region to Europe through interconnectors. The company operates through additional offices in Greece, Albania, and Italy. Tap is headquartered in Bar, Zug, Switzerland.
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