Czech-Polish Interconnector Gas Pipeline (CPI)
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Czech-Polish Interconnector Gas Pipeline (CPI), also known as Stork II, is a shelved bi-directional gas pipeline in the Czech Republic and Poland.
The pipeline will pass through the municipalities of Libhošť and Hať in the Czech Republic, and Kędzierzyn, Poland.
- Owner: NET4GAS, s.r.o. / GAZ-SYSTEM S.A.
- Length: 207 km / 128.6 miles
- Diameter: 39 inches
- Status: Proposed
- Start Year: 2022
- Cost: $305,996,600
The planned Czech-Polish Gas Interconnector, known as "Stork II", consisted of the construction of a pipeline that would interconnect the existing transmission systems of the Czech Republic and Poland. Pipeline & Gas Journal reported on July 16, 2020 that the NET4GAS 2021-2030 development plan shows the company has "shelved its Czech-Polish pipeline project STORK II that was to boost cross-border capacity with Poland from 2023."
The European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas project codes are "TRA-A-136" (Czech-Polish Gas Interconnector (CPI)) and "TRA-A-273" (Poland - Czech Republic Gas Interconnection (PL section)).
Articles and resources
- ENTSOG TYNDP 2020 - Annex A - Projects Tables, ENTSOG, accessed January 2020.
- CZECH-POLISH GAS INTERCONNECTOR, NET4GAS, accessed Jan. 16, 2020.
- Czech-Polish Gas Interconnector, NET4GAS, accessed Jan. 16, 2020.
- Ministry of Industry and Trade (February 2019). "PREVENTIVE ACTION PLAN" (PDF). europa.eu. Retrieved September 25, 2020.
- "Czech Gas Firm Scales Back Poland, Austria Interconnector Plans". pgjonline.com. Retrieved 2020-09-16.