Steinitz-Bernau Gas Pipeline

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Steinitz-Bernau Gas Pipeline in a natural gas pipeline in Germany.

Location

The pipeline runs from Steinitz, Sachsen-Anhalt, to Bernau (near Berlin), Brandenburg, Germany. It connects with the NETRA Gas Pipeline at Steinitz, and at Bernau a 40-km spur pipeline connects it with the JAGAL Gas Pipeline.

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Pipeline Details

  • Owner: Ontras Gastransport GmbH
  • Parent company: VNG
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  • Status: Operating
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Description

The Steinitz-Bernau Gas Pipeline (also referred to in documents as the "303 Pipeline") was built by VNG, and is today run by VNG's subsidiary Ontras.[1][2][3]

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References

  1. Natural Gas Pipelines in Europe, Asia, Africa & Middle East, Harvard University, accessed January 2020.
  2. ONTRAS Netzkarte, ONTRAS website, accessed July 2020.
  3. Inge Erhard, German VNG, Ruhrgas fill gap between Jagal and Netra pipeline, ICIS, 13 June 2004.

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