June 2019, Vol. 246, No. 6

Global News

Finland-Estonia Balticconnector Gas Flows Estimate Set

The Balticconnector pipeline, which is due to start operation early next year, will begin with a capacity of between 97 MMcf and 133 MMcf per day from Estonia to Finland, Estonian partner Elering said.   Flows the other way, from Finland to Estonia, will start with a capacity of between 144 MMcf and 200 MMcf per day, the company said in a statement. Capacities are calculated for the starting period of winter-spring of 2020.   Finland, Estonia and Latvia, which will be served by the pipeline, agreed to form a joint gas market earlier this year. According to the agreement, gas will move between the three countries without additional costs. The volume

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