Aleksandrovac-Novi Pazar-Tutin Pipeline
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Aleksandrovac-Novi Pazar-Tutin Pipeline is a proposed gas pipeline in Serbia.
The pipeline route runs from Aleksandrovac to Tutin, Serbia.
- Owner: JP Srbijagas
- Length: 105 km / 65.24 miles
- Diameter: 300 mm / 11.8 inches
- Cost: 48 million euros
- Status: Under Construction
- Start Year: 2020
In 2011, Serbia and Slovakia agreed to build a 121 km regional gas pipeline from Aleksandrovac, through Brus, to Novi Pazar and Tutin. Its expected capacity was 100,000 cubic meters per hour and was to be completed by 2013.
The "High Pressure Pipeline Aleksandrovac-Novi Pazar-Tutin Pipeline" project was presented as a Serbian future gas infrastructure project at the IENE: 11th SEE Energy Dialogue in June 2018 as part of the country's development plan.
According to the Mine Action Centre of the Republic of Serbia, survey and clearance work for the Aleksandrovac-Novi Pazar-Tutin project was underway as of March 4, 2020. 
- SRBIJAGAS, JP (June 27, 2018). "HIGH PRESSURE PIPELINE ALEKSANDROVAC – NOVI PAZAR -TUTIN" (PDF). Institute of Energy of South East Europe. Retrieved August 24, 2020.
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- Mine Action Centre of the Republic of Serbia (May 3, 2020). "CONTINUATION OF WORKS ON UXO RISK REDUCTION PROJECT IN THE AREAS OF CONSTRUCTION OF DISTRIBUTION PIPELINE ROUTE RG 09-04/2 ALEKSANDROVAC-KOPAONIK-NOVI PAZAR-TUTIN". czrs.gov. Retrieved August 24, 2020.
- Beta (September 2, 2011). "Serbia and Slovakia to build Aleksandrovac-Novi Pazar-Tutin gas pipeline together - Agreement worth EUR 45 million signed". eKapija. Retrieved August 24, 2020.