As early as 2020, a new pipeline could run up through Bulgaria, Romania to Hungary
Tuesday, November 20, 2018

As early as 2020, a new pipeline could run up through Bulgaria, Romania to Hungary

As early as 2020, a new pipeline could run up through Bulgaria, Romania to Hungary. This could render redundant an existing pipeline that takes Russian gas through Ukraine to Romania and Bulgaria. “TurkStream is as threatening as Nord Stream-2” Andriy Kobolyev told Ukrainian TV last month, referring to Russia’s Baltic undersea pipeline to Germany. “It is smaller in volume, but the threat according to the principle is the same. This is the removal of transit volumes from Ukraine and transferring them to another route.

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