Hermanowice-Jaroslaw Gas Pipeline
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Hermanowice-Jarosław Gas Pipeline is a proposed natural gas pipeline in Poland.
The pipeline would run from Hermanowice, Poland, to Jarosław, Poland.
- Owner: GAZ-SYSTEM S.A.
- Proposed Capacity:
- Length: 39 km / 24.2 miles
- Diameter: 1000 mm / 39 inches
- Cost: €39 million (estimated)
- Status: Proposed
- Start Year: 2029
- PCI Number: 6.2.2
The pipeline is listed as a Project of Common Interest by the European Commission, making it eligible for public funding. It is part of a proposed network in Eastern Europe meant to improve connectivity between Poland, Hungary, and Slovakia. The other pipelines in the network include: Rozwadów Koskowola Wronów Pipeline, Jarosaw Rozwadów Pipeline, Rembelszczyzna Wronow Pipeline, Hermanowice Strachocina Pipeline, Tworóg Tworze Pipeline, Pogórska Wola Tworze Pipeline, Strachocina Pogórska Wola Pipeline, Gustorzyn Wronów Pipeline.
In 2012, the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas (ENTSOG) Gas Regional Investment Plan BEMIP listed the "probable date of commissioning and the main milestones" for the Hermanowice-Jarosław pipeline as ending the permitting phase in 2015, reaching final investment decision in 2015 and commissioning in 2018. However, the European Commission included the project among "new onshore pipelines and compressor stations in Eastern Poland" with a commissioning date of 2029.
Articles and resources
- North – South Gas Corridor in Eastern Poland, European Commission, November 2019
- BEMIP Gas Regional Investment Plan 2012 - 2021 – Annex: Infrastructure Projects, ENTSOG, 2012
- GAZ-SYSTEM (2019). "PROJEKTY O STATUSIE PCI" (PDF). Retrieved August 24, 2021.