Ananyiv-Tiraspol-Izmail Gas Pipeline

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Ananyiv-Tiraspol-Izmail Gas Pipeline is a gas pipeline that runs through the Ukraine, Moldova, and Romania.

Location

The pipeline runs through the Ukraine, Moldova, and Romania, via Ananyiv, Tiraspol, and Izmail.

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Project Details

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  • Current capacity: 23.7 billion cubic meters per year
  • Length: 256 km / 159 mi
  • Status: Operating
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Background

The Ananyiv-Tiraspol-Izmail Gas Pipeline is a main pipeline in Ukraine's southern corridor. It enters Moldova through the Hrebenyky gas metering station. After re-entering to Ukraine, it exits to Romania through the Orlivka gas metering and pumping station. It is 256 km (159 mi) and has capacity of 23.7 billion cubic meters (840 billion cubic feet) per year.

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Wikipedia also has an article on the Ananyiv Tiraspol Izmail Pipeline ([1]). This article may use content from the Wikipedia article under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License].