After TAP, two new gas pipelines from Albania

 The natural resources of oil and gas in Albania, as well as the construction of the distribution system mainly with Transadriatic Pipeline (TAP) have increased the Albanian energy market's coefficient of evaluation. 

In addition to tracking liquefied gas from Eastern European sources, Albania intends to play the important player in the region by building two other pipelines in the region, linking to the European energy network.

Albania-Kosovo Pipeline, ALKOGAP, is already in the phase of feasibility study that is expected to be completed in 2018 and pave the way for the project, which will gasify Kosovo as one of the only countries that are not connected to European networks Of gas. The strategic importance of this pipeline with a length of 260 km with the capacity to transmit about 2 billion cubic meters of natural gas, of which 1 to 1.3 billion in Albania and 0.5 to 0.7 billion meters in Kosovo, is considered great.

The Ionian Adriatic Pipeline, IEP, which will provide gas to Montenegro, Bosnia and Croatia, is also in the phase of study that is expected to be completed by 2019 and then begin the physical part of the project. The project is 540 km long, starting from Fieri in Albania and finishing in Split in Croatia. The total investment for the project is € 618 million, mainly from the EU to transmit a capacity of about 5 billion cubic meters of natural gas, 1 billion for Albania, 0.5 for Montenegro, 1 for Bosnia and 2.5 billion for Croatia./Oculus News

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