Slovak-Hungarian gas pipeline comes to life
Natural gas from the Black Sea via Slovak-Hungarian pipeline.
The Slovak-Hungarian gas pipeline is likely to transport natural gas from the Black Sea to Austria. The transmission system operators from Hungary, Slovakia and Austria have already carried out the allocation procedure for the HUSKAT project. The Slovak natural gas carrier, the company Eustream, confirmed for the portal vEnergetike.sk that the process was successful. “The offered transmission capacities from Hungary to Slovakia were fully booked for a 7-year period and partly for the next years,“ Eustream informed. The total demand has exceeded the capacity of 4.29 billion cubic meters per year for the period from October 2022 to September 2029 in the second round of the submitted bids in October. The company Magyar Gaz Tranzit Zrt., Eustream and Gas Connect Austria concluded that the project had passed the economic test.
Full story in Slovak: Slovensko-maďarský plynovod ožije
Najčítanejšie za 24 hodín
Economy Minister Peter Ziga is convinced that the 400-MW source should not be in the hands of the company that the state has no influence on.
Ceny elektriny sa v priemere zvýšia o 5,66 %, ceny plynu o 5,67 % a ceny tepla o 4,7 %.
Predseda predstavenstva Slovenského plynárenského priemyslu Ján Valko po stretnutí s vládnymi predstaviteľmi jednoznačne deklaroval pripravenosť najväčšej plynárenskej spoločnosti na dodávky plynu aj v prípade vypuknutia plynovej krízy.