Vojany-Uzhgorod Gas Pipeline
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Vojany-Uzhgorod Gas Pipeline, also known as Vojany-Uzhorod pipeline (Ukrainian: Вояни-Ужгород) and the Budince Pipeline, is an operating gas pipeline runnong from Slovakia to Ukraine.
The pipeline runs from Vojany, Slovakia to Uzhhorod, the Ukraine.
- Operator: Gas Transmission System Operator of Ukraine LCC (GTSOU),  eustream
- Owner: Gas Transmission System Operator of Ukraine LCC (GTSOU)
- Parent company: JSC Mahistralni Gazoprovody Ukrainy (MGU)
- Capacity: 10 bcm/y
- Diameter: 700 mm
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 2014
- Associated infrastructure:
The Vojany Uzhgorod Gas Pipeline will allow for reverse supplies of natural gas from Slovakia to Ukraine. It reached a maximum capacity of 8-9 billion cubic meters of gas per year in October 2014, after its initiation that September.
Articles and resources
- Vojany-Uzhgorod gas pipeline to reach maximum capacity in October 2014 Kyiv Post, April 28, 2014
- "Key Facts - Transmission System Operator of Ukraine". Transmission System Operator of Ukraine. Retrieved 2022-08-19.
- "Gas TSO of Ukraine". Linkedin. Retrieved 2022-08-19.
- Eustream. "The Inauguration of the Vojany-Uzhorod pipeline | Eustream". Eustream. Retrieved 2022-08-26.
- Eustream. "Vojany-Užhorod pipeline was put into commercial operation | Eustream". Eustream. Retrieved 2022-08-26.
- "Ukraine, Slovakia agree on gas virtual reverse flow rise during Budince outage". ICIS Explore. Retrieved 2022-08-26. line feed character in
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- "ОГТСУ ОБНОВЛЯЕТ МАГИСТРАЛЬНЫЙ ГАЗОПРОВОД, СОЕДИНЯЮЩИЙ ПОЛЬШУ И УКРАИНУ". kosatka.media. 2021-06-15. Retrieved 2022-08-24.