Licka Jesenica-Trzac-Bosanska Krupa gas pipeline
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Licka Jesenica-Trzac-Bosanska Krupa gas pipeline, also known as the Bosnia and Herzegovina–Croatia West Interconnection Gas Pipeline and West Interconnection BiH/CRO, is an proposed gas pipeline in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The proposed pipeline route runs from Licka Jesenica, Croatia (CRO) to Trzac and then Bosanska Krupa, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH).
- Owner: BH-Gas, Plinacro Ltd
- Current capacity:
- Length: 65 km / 40.38 miles
- BiH Section: 35 km / 21 miles
- CRO Section: 30 km / 18.64 miles
- Diameter: 20 inches
- Status: Proposed
- Start Year: 2027
- BiH Section: $39,270,000
- CRO Section:
- Associated Infrastructure: Bosnia and Herzegovina–Croatia South Interconnection Gas Pipeline
In 2017, BH-Gas and Plinacro signed a Memorandum on Understanding and Cooperation on continuation and intensication of project development activities" related to the project.
In September 2020, See News reported that BH-Gas had reached an agreement with the European Western Balkans Joint Fund (WBJF) to "create a feasibility study for the Trzac-Bosanska Krupa gas pipeline project, a profit and cost analysis, environmental impact study, and design project."
The European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas project code for the BiH section is TRA-N-910 while the CRO section's code is TRA-N-303. Energy-Community describes the project as a "New interconnector to improve the utilization of Croatia's already existing/ transmission infrastructure" and refers to it as GAS_02.
Articles and resources
- Energy Community. "List of Gas Projects" (PDF). Retrieved September 24, 2020.
- European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas (2020). "TYNDP - Annex A - Projects Tables RPJ007_NS_2020 - entsog". ENTSOG. Retrieved September 16, 2020.
- "Bosnia's BH-Gas seeks 1.25 mln euro WBIF grant for gas pipeline project". seenews.com. Retrieved 2020-09-24.