AGRS Graf Ignatievo to Hisarya–Banya–Karlovo-Sopot Gas Pipeline
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AGRS Graf Ignatievo to Hisarya–Banya–Karlovo-Sopot Gas Pipeline is a proposed natural gas pipeline in Bulgaria.
The pipeline would run from the existing Southern semi-ring, between the road Plovdiv and the village of Stroevo to Plovdiv, located at about 4 km east of the main road Karlovo – Plovdiv. Branches are envisaged to the towns of Hisarya and Banya and the village of Kaloyanovo. 
- Owner: Bulgartransgaz
- Proposed capacity:
- Length: 54 km / 33.6 miles
- Status: Proposed
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Bulgatransgaz's 2022-2031 Ten Year Network Development Plan features this project as being in the "early stages of development", with plans to connect existing pipelines at the Southern semi-ring. The plan features several branches for the pipelines, going to the towns, Stroevo, Hisarya, Banya and Kaloyanovo. The Automatic Gas Regulation Stations (AGRSs) are planned to be in the vicinity of the towns of Sopot and Karlovo (or one AGRS for the two towns).
Articles and resources
- 2020-2029 TEN-YEAR NETWORK DEVELOPMENT PLAN OF BULGARTRANSGAZ EAD, Bulgartransgaz, March 2020
- Bulgartransgaz. "Gas Transmission Network". bulgartransgaz. Retrieved August 10, 2021.
- "2022-2031 TEN-YEAR NETWORK DEVELOPMENT PLAN OF BULGARTRANSGAZ EAD" (PDF). Bulgartransgaz. Apr, 2022. Retrieved Jul 12th, 2022. line feed character in
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