Eagle FLNG Pipeline
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Eagle FLNG Pipeline is a cancelled natural gas pipeline that would have run from Albania to Italy.
The pipeline would have run from Italy's Apulia region to the Eagle FLNG Terminal off the coast of Levan, in Fier County, Albania.
- Owner: Gruppo Falcione
- Parent: Gruppo Falcione
- Proposed capacity: 10 billion cubic meters per year
- Length: 128 kilometers
- Diameter: 28” - 32” (offshore); 36” - 42” Italy (onshore)
- Status: Cancelled
- Start Year: 2017
- Associated Infrastructure: Eagle FLNG Terminal
The pipeline would have provided natural gas from the proposed Eagle FLNG Terminal off the coast of Albania to Italy's Apulia region, connecting to the Italian gas network. It would run 110 kilometers underwater and 18 kilometers to connect with Italy's gas system. The diameter is 28” - 32” offshore; 36” - 42” Italy onshore, and a capacity of 10 billion cubic meters per year. It was submitted for inclusion of the Projects of Common Interest (PCI) list, which would have allowed for public funding through the European Union, but it was not included in the fourth PCI list.
Articles and resources
- Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), Italy, Greece, Hydrocarbons-Technology, accessed April, 2018
- List of projects submitted to be considered as potential Projects of Common Interest in energy infrastructure - Gas, European Commission document, accessed July 2017.
- Eagle LNG website, accessed July 2017.