January 2021, Vol. 248, No. 1


Open Grid Europe Looks to Operate Gas Pipeline in March

Source: Zeelink Open Grid Europe is testing the recently completed $705 million (600 million euro) Zeelink gas pipeline with plans to make it operational, possibly as early as March 2021.   The 134-mile (215-km) pipeline is the joint effort of Open Grid Europe GmbH, which handled the planning and construction of the pipeline, and Thyssengas mbH.    The 932-MMcf/d (26.4-MMcm/d) pipeline begins at the Belgian-German border at Lichtenbusch, near Aachen, and ends at the North Rhine-Westphalia town of Legden. The project includes a compressor station located at Würselen in Aachen.    On completion, the pipeline will give parts of northwest Germany

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