February 2019, Vol. 246, No. 2

Projects

Projects

Bulgaria Seeking Binding Bids for TurkStream Link  Bulgaria’s state gas network operator Bulgartransgaz plans is seeking binding bids from shippers for a new gas link to transport mainly Russian gas from the TurkStream pipeline to central Europe, Reuters said, based on company documents. source: Gazprom Bulgartransgaz plans to take a final investment decision and spend $1.59 billion (1.4 billion euros) on a new 300-mile (484-km) gas pipeline from its border with Turkey to Serbia by 2020, pending the outcome of the open season. Five companies have expressed interest in shipping gas through Bulgaria’s network, and sources said Russia’s

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