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E-News is the electronic newsletter of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project. Published quarterly, it provides a rundown of TAP’s progress as well as relevant events or issues surrounding the Southern Gas Corridor.
About the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project
Measuring 520km in total, the TAP pipeline will transport natural gas from the Caspian region to Europe. The pipeline will originate in Greece near Thessaloniki, cross Albania and the Adriatic Sea, entering Italy near Brindisi. In Greece and Italy TAP will tie into the existing national gas systems. TAP is a joint venture between the Swiss EGL Group, Norway's Statoil and Germany's E.ON Ruhrgas.
IN THIS ISSUE:2011 will be a decisive year for the Southern Gas Corridor - Message from Kjetil Tungland, Managing Director of TAP
TAP's field work: pipeline route refinement survey in northern Greece - Finding the best route for the Trans Adriatic Pipeline
Cecilia Wagner: "You have to love change and learn to adjust" - Introducing the TAP team: Business Development and Permitting Advisor
2011 will be a decisive year for the Southern Gas Corridor
- Message from Kjetil Tungland, Managing Director of TAP
It will be a momentous year, with critically important decisions due to be made that will not only determine the future of TAP and other pipeline projects in the Southern Gas Corridor, but will also have a profound and lasting impact on Europe’s energy security.
TAP is in a strong position at this critically important stage and we remain optimistic of the outcome. In addition to being technically viable, safe and offering the most commercially attractive transportation route for shippers, TAP has the enormous advantage of being the shortest new-build pipeline and the most cost-effective route for delivering Shah Deniz II gas into Europe. Read more »
TAP's field work: pipeline route refinement in northern Greece
- Finding the best route for the Trans Adriatic Pipeline
TAP has made good progress in refining its pipeline routing in northern Greece. The field survey started in November 2010 and aims to select the route for the TAP natural gas pipeline with the least social, environmental and cultural-heritage impacts. In this issue, we invite you to take an inside look at how the pipeline route refinement processes are run. Read more »
Cecilia Wagner: "You have to love change and learn to adjust"
- Introducing the TAP team: Business Development and Permitting
AdvisorCecilia Wagner is one of a number of highly skilled professionals on the team who, equipped with the best international knowledge and a fresh perspective, are working to deliver the pipeline. Read more »
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