About: interconnector

Energy 07-01-2014

Azeri gas to reach Bulgaria through interconnector

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG (TAP) and the Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria (ICGB) have signed an agreement laying the foundations for linking the two projects and thus bringing gas from Azerbaijan to Bulgaria, a country that depends on Russia for almost 100% of its gas imports.
Central Europe 06-05-2010

Size doesn’t always matter: Small pipelines serve regional needs better than mega-projects

Despite the participation of most Balkan states in the two major rival projects of the EU's Southern Gas Corridor Strategy (Nabucco and the Turkey-Greece-Italy Pipeline), their natural gas security interests are best served by the construction of three cheaper, smaller-scale and more readily deliverable interconnectors, writes Dr. Theodoros Tsakiris, an energy expert at the Hellenic Centre for European Studies (EKEM) and a member of the US-Greece Task Force on Transforming the Balkans.
Energy 02-12-2003

Will more high voltage grids prevent blackouts in Europe?

The Commission is due to issue new legislation on the security of power supply on 3 December. Its proposal to promote massive investment in infrastructure is highly controversial.

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