June 2019, Vol. 246, No. 6

Projects

Trans-Adriatic Pipeline Crosses Rocky Mountains of Albanian

The Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) crossed the rocky mountains of Albania, putting it on track to start delivering gas to Europe next year. Stretching 546 miles (878 km) from Turkey’s border across Greece, Albania’s mountains, and the Adriatic Sea to Italy, TAP is a cornerstone of the European Union’s energy security policy to wean the bloc off Russian gas. The pipeline will transport up to 10 Bcm of natural gas a year from the Shah Deniz II field in Azerbaijan to Italy from next year. Out of TAP’s $5.04 billion (4.5 billion euros) price tag, the section across Albania required a third of that cost due to the challenging terrain. “We are proud to

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