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Adriatica Pipeline is a proposed pipeline in Italy.
The pipeline will run from Sulmona, Italy, to Minerbio, Italy; and Matagiola, Italy, to Massafra, Italy.
- Owner: Snam Rete Gas S.p.A.
- Current Capacity: 24 million cubic meters per day / 8.8 billion cubic meters per year
- Length: 430 km / 267.2 miles
- Status: Proposed
- Start Year: 2026
The pipeline has been approved for inclusion on the European Commission's Projects of Common Interest list, meaning it will receive public funding from the EU. According to the European Commission, "The project consists in a new onshore pipeline of approx. 430 km and in a new compressor station of 33 MW that will create a new transmission capacity of approximately 24 MCM/day (264 GWh/day) to transport gas from new or existing entry points in the south of Italy."
Articles and resources
- "Reinforcement of internal transmission capacities in Italy,including reinforcement of the South-North internal transmission capacities," European Commission, accessed December 11, 2019