Eustream finishes maintenance works affecting its gas transmission capacities
Baku, Azerbaijan, Sept.23
By Leman Zeynalova – Trend:
Slovakia’s Eustream has successfully finished part of its maintenance works affecting transmission capacities at the entry points Lanzhot (border point between the Slovak Republic and the Czech Republic) and Velke Kapusany (one of the border points between the Slovak Republic and Ukraine) and the exit points Nafta storage and Baumgarten (border point between the Slovak Republic and Austria), Trend reports citing the company.
“From today there are no restrictions of the capacities at above mentioned points except for the entry point Velke Kapusany where maintenance works continue with restriction up to 140 mcm/d according the maintenance schedule,” said the company.
Eustream is the operator of the high-pressure transmission network in the territory of Slovak Republic and its transmission capacities are used by key energy companies from all over the European Union and beyond its borders. It provides access to the network to all network users in a transparent and non-discriminatory way in line with European and Slovak gas legislation.
The sole shareholder of Eustream is the company SPP Infrastructure, a.s. Eustream holds 15 percent of the shares of Central European Gas Hub AG with registered office at Floridsdorfer Hauptstrasse 1, 1210 Vienna, Austria and 100 percent of the shares of Eastring B.V. with registered office in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
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