Minsk-Kaliningrad Interconnection Gas Pipeline
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Minsk-Kaliningrad Interconnection Gas Pipeline is an operating natural gas pipeline.
- Operator: Gazprom; Lietuvos Dujos
- Parent Company: Gazprom; Lietuvos Dujos
- Current capacity: 2.5 billion cubic meters per year
- Length: 182.8 miles / 294.2 kilometers
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 1985
- Diameter: 20, 28 inches
The initial 155-km section of the pipeline through the Kaliningrad region was commissioned in 1985. In 2009 Gazprom finished construction of a 139-km second line that supplied gas to the CHPP-2 power plant. In Russia, gas from the pipeline is stored in the Kaliningrad underground gas storage (UGS) facility, which was commissioned in September 2013, Gazprom's first facility that stores gas in salt caverns.
Articles and resources
- Minsk-Kaliningrad Interconnection, Wikipedia, accessed April 2018
- "Energy Base," Accessed September 16, 2020
- European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas (October 2020). "TYNDP 2020 - MAP – Transmission" (PDF). ENTSOG. Retrieved December 4, 2020.
- "Russia - Former Soviet Union Pipelines map - Crude Oil (petroleum) pipelines - Natural Gas pipelines - Products pipelines". Theodora. Retrieved 31 January 2020.
- Minsk–Vilnius–Kaunas–Kaliningrad Natural Gas Pipeline, Hydrocarbons Technology, accessed April 2018
- Energy security in Kaliningrad and geopolitics, Centrum Balticum, February 2014.
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