Cluden to Brighouse Bay Gas Pipeline
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Cluden to Brighouse Bay Gas Pipeline is an operating gas pipeline in Scotland, the United Kingdom.
The pipeline runs from Cluden, Dumfries County to Brighouse Bay, Kirkcudbrigth County.
- Operator: Gas Networks Ireland (GNI)
- Parent company: Ervia
- Current capacity: 35 million cubic feet per day
- Length: 31 mi / 50 km
- Cost: €100 million 
- Financing: €33.7 million grant from the EU's Connecting Europe Facility
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 2018
The pipeline was built at a cost of €100 million and commissioned in December 2018. The pipeline feeds into the Scotland–Northern Ireland Gas Pipeline (SNIP). The project has European Project of Common Interest status, qualifying it for public funding support. In 2014 the project received a €33,764,185 grant from the Connecting Europe Facility.
Articles and resources
- Cluden to Brighouse Bay, Gas Networks Ireland, accessed December 2019
- Cluden to Brighouse Bay gas pipeline past halfway mark, BBC News, May 2, 2018
- Gas begins flowing through €100m pipeline linking Ireland and Scotland, Irish Times, Dec. 19, 2018
- PCI Twinning of Southwest Scotland onshore System between Cluden & Brighouse Bay (UK), European Commission, accessed Dec. 10, 2020