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NETG Pipeline is a gas pipeline in Germany.
NETG runs from Elten on the Dutch border to Bergisch Gladbach, Germany. It connects with the Dutch gas system at Elten, and with METG Pipeline and Werne-Gernsheim Gas Pipeline at Paffrath (a district of Bergisch Gladbach).
- Owners: Nordrheinische Erdgastransportleitungsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG
- Parent company: Thyssengas (50%), Open Grid Europe (50%)
- Current capacity:
- Length: 84 mi / 135 km
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 1967
NETG is an abbreviation for Nordrheinische Erdgastransportleitungsgesellschaft, or "North Rhine Gas Transport Pipeline Company." The NETG pipeline was commissioned in 1967 and serves to transport natural gas from the Netherlands to western and south-western Germany. NETG is a joint venture of Thyssengas and Open Grid Europe.
Articles and resources
- NETG Open Grid Europe, accessed August 2018