Bulgaria to start building gas link with Romania in August 2012

Bulgaria will launch the construction of its cross-border gas link with Romania in August, the country’s Economy and Energy Minister, Delyan Dobrev, has revealed, reports. The gas inter-connector, which will cross the river Danube at Ruse/Giurgiu, is being developed jointly by Bulgartransgaz and its Romanian counterpart Transgaz. Experts have argued that the 25-km gas inter-connector will be the least significant in terms of energy diversification among Bulgaria’s planned gas links. Bulgaria also plans to build gas links with three other neighbors – Turkey, Greece and Serbia – in a bid to diversify its energy supplies.

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