Trans Adriatic Pipeline Enters Initial Testing Phase

(P&GJ) — The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) has introduced the first natural gas into a 2.5-mile (4-km) section of the pipeline at the Greek-Albanian border as it prepares for first gas deliveries to Europe by the end of 2020.  TAP said the initial stage of pipeline testing began May 20, in line with national and international safety and operational standards. After commissioning of the first section, gas will be gradually introduced into other sections of the Albanian pipeline and beyond through the coming months, it said. The three transmission system operators – TAP, Snam Rete Gas and DESFA – also announced that they have postponed the binding bidding phase of the ongoing market te

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