Serbian-Hungarian Gas Pipeline
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Serbian-Hungarian Gas Pipeline is a proposed natural gas pipeline that would run between Serbia and Hungary.
The pipeline runs from Serbia to Hungary near Kiskundorozsma then to Városföld, Hungary.
- Operator: FGSZ, a subsidiary of MOL
- Parent Company:
- Proposed capacity:
- Length: 82 km
- Stage one: 15 km
- Stage two: 67 km
- Status: Proposed
- Start Year: 2021-2022
In June 2019 the project was announced by Hungary’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó and Serbia’s Minister of Energy and Mining Aleksandar Antić. The two countries planned to invite bids to build the pipeline in September 2019.
In June 2020, FGSZ announced it had approved the development of the new Serbian-Hungarian interconnector capacity capable of transporting 6 bcm/y.
According to the 2019 FGSZ 10 Year Plan, the pipeline will be constructed in two stages. Stage one will run from Serbian border to Kiskundorozsma, and stage two will run from Kiskundorozsma to Városföld.
Articles and resources
- FGSZ (2019). "NATIONAL TEN-YEAR NETWORK DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL PUBLIC CONSULTATION 2019" (PDF). fgsz.hu. Retrieved August 24, 2020.
- Унгария ще строи газопровод, който ще е продължение на „Турски поток”, ue.varna.bg, Jun. 27, 2020
- "Developments of the Serbian-Hungarian gas interconnector - FGSZ". FGSZ. Retrieved 2020-08-18.