July 2019, Vol. 246, No. 7

Projects

Bulgaria Builds Gas Link to End Full Reliance on Russian Gas

Bulgaria started building a $268 million (240 million euro) gas pipeline with Greece that will end the Balkan country’s total dependence on Russian gas and help diversify supplies in southeastern Europe. Sofia, which currently meets all of its gas needs from Russia via one route, pledged to start building gas links with its neighbors and diversify its suppliers in 2009, when a price dispute between Moscow and Kiev left hundreds of Bulgarians without heating in the middle of winter. After years of delays, a 113-mile (182-km) interconnector link between Bulgaria and Greece with an initial annual capacity of 105-175 Bcf is now expected to ready by the end of 2020 and transport, mainly Azeri g

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