Ukrainian natural gas transmission system operator Ukrtransgaz said that eleven leading European and Ukrainian gas traders have expressed interest in transportation of natural gas from Romania to Ukraine via Trans-Balkan pipeline in the amount of up to 10 million cubic meters of gas per year, which is twice higher than current capacity of the pipeline.
Ukrtransgsaz launched a non-binding assessment procedure on the Transit-1 pipeline at the end of March, a trunk line along the trans-Balkan route to measure interest in the transport of natural gas from southern Europe to Ukraine after 2019.
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Tags: Black Sea, gas, gas pipeline, Romania, Transgaz, Ukraine