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EIB Appraising TAP, TANAP Projects for Financing

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The European Investment Bank (EIB) is currently appraising the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) and Trans Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (TANAP) projects and will carefully review all the relevant issues as part of its usual due diligence procedures, a source in EIB told Trend. “As for all the projects that it …

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TAP to Ensure More Sustainable Energy Future for Europe

TAP to Ensure More Sustainable Energy Future for Europe

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project, which envisages delivery of Azerbaijani gas to Europe, will ensure a more sustainable energy future for this continent, said the country manager of TAP AG consortium for Greece Rikard Scoufias. He pointed out South-Eastern Europe is a region that could benefit most from the …

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Macedonia Reiterates Interest in Joining TAP

Macedonia Reiterates Interest in Joining TAP

The Republic of Macedonia is very interested in connecting with the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project, CEO of Macedonian Energy Resources Skopje company Krste Miladinov told Trend. “Regarding the connection to TAP, a request was sent to TAP AG Greece, but no final response has been received so far,” he …

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Enagas Committed to TAP as Key Infrastructure for Europe

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The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project will mean a more sustainable supply of energy, in line with the European Union’s objectives, a source in Spain’s Enagas company, which is one of the project’s shareholders, told Trend. “Enagas is committed to the TAP project as a key infrastructure for Europe,” said …

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ADB Agrees to Lend $500 mln to Southern Gas Project

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The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has agreed to provide a $500 million loan to Azerbaijan’s Shah Deniz 2 project, the Azeri finance ministry said on Sunday. The ADB said earlier this year it was considering lending money to Azerbaijan to help fund the second stage of development of the Shah …

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Construction of TAP Remains on Schedule: Consortium

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The construction of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) remains on schedule to deliver gas from Azerbaijan’s Shah Deniz field to Europe in 2020, Lisa Givert, head of communications at the TAP AG consortium, told Trend May 1. She said TAP has removed all olive trees in the micro-tunnel area in …

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TAP Gas Pipeline can Gauge Customer Interest in Capacity

TAP Gas Pipeline can Gauge Customer Interest in Capacity

The Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) that will take gas from Azerbaijan to Europe is in a position to offer capacity on the line via so-called “open seasons” to gauge interest among potential customers, senior TAP executives said, Reuters reported. “We have prepared the ground for 200 kilometers out of a total …

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Enagas: TAP Ready to Provide Capacity to Any Third Party

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Spain’s Enagas company, which is one of the shareholders of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), has commented on Russian Gazprom’s intention to use the pipeline for its gas supply to Europe. “If a shipper of any gas requests transportation capacity in TAP on the secondary market or during open season …

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114 Kilometers of TAP Route Cleared in Greece

114 Kilometers of TAP Route Cleared in Greece

The construction of the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) is going in line with schedule, TAP said via Twitter Nov.3. As many as 114 kilometers of the pipeline’s route in Greece have been cleared and 53 kilometers of steel pipes have been strung along the route, while 30 kilometers of pipes have …

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TAP’s Location in Italy has Least Environmental Impact

TAP’s Location in Italy has Least Environmental Impact

TAP will be able to proceed with the replanting of the olive trees along the route in Italy, starting from the micro tunneling area, from November 2016, Lisa Givert, TAP Head of Communications, told Trend Oct.17. She was commenting on protests in Italy’s Puglia region demanding the pipeline re-routed away …

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